Jasprit Bumrah
An operation on Jasprit Bumrah's back is a possibility.

It has been reported that Bumrah may need back surgery in order to participate in the 2023 Indian Premier League.

Fans and the Indian team are downhearted by the loss of star pacer Jasprit Bumrah. The back issue suffered by the 29-year-old pacer has kept him from competing since September 2022. There is talk of Bumrah needing back surgery to fix the issue, which would prevent him from playing in IPL 2023. As a result, there are doubts about his availability if India hopes to reach the WTC final in June. Ex-India all-rounder Madan Lal has said that the team should bench Bumrah in favor of Umesh Yadav as Rohit Sharma’s squad nears qualification for a major tournament.

“They’re bringing Umesh [to the WTC final] with them. There, only one spinner is likely to make the roster and three pacers are mandatory. You should start booking right away, umrah. Leave Bumrah in the past and listen to us: Usko Chhor dijiye aap. Don’t include him in the calculations). We’ll know for sure when Bumrah gets back. Make do with what you have. Just how secure is this? The question is when he will return, and the answer seems to be anywhere between a year and a half. It’s been a long time since he last played. This indicates that his wound is quite serious “Quote from Madan Lal on Sports Tak.

“Bumrah hasn’t played in over a year, and while the average injury takes three months to heal (even Hardik Pandya was able to return in four months after back surgery), he hasn’t played since September. Hence, it’s unreasonable to assume that this Bumrah will be like previous ones. He needs some time to figure it out. You would need to give him time if you want to see the same Bumrah “Madan Lal remarked.

When Bumrah suffered a back injury in August, keeping him out of the Asia Cup, he tried several times to return to action, each time to no avail. As he was still nominated to India’s T20 World Cup squad in September and even played the final two T20Is against Australia on September 23 and 25, it was initially thought that the injury was not significant.

It was reported three days later that Bumrah had been scanned for a stress-related ailment in his back, explaining why he had missed the first T20I against South Africa. His tests at NCA revealed the severity of his condition, and he was taken there immediately. He couldn’t play for India in the T20 World Cup when they advanced to the semi-finals.

In November, Bumrah got back to work on his recovery, and by mid-December, he was bowling again. He was added to the team for the white-ball series played in January, over a week after the first squad was picked up, so his development must have been going well.

Although Bumrah had completed the NCA’s match simulation exercises, he experienced pain again in January as he increased the difficulty of his workouts. He was unable to play in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy match against Australia and the Sri Lanka series after scans revealed he had developed a new niggle.

In other Cricket news, Australia beat India in the third Test of the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Trophy, guaranteeing themselves a spot in the final. In order to go to the WTC final, India must now win the fourth Test.

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