Hardik Pandya has started his journey to get fit just after a few days of his surgery. This is clear from a recent video shared by the Indian cricketer. Pandya, who recently underwent a successful back injury in London, shared an Instagram post in which he was seen walking. Pandya faced a back issue in during Asia Cup 2019 in UAE last year. As the injury resurfaced, he went to United Kingdom for treatment. Pandya also skipped the South Africa 2019 series and Vijay Hazare 2019-20 Trophy due to his treatment. Hardik Pandya’s ‘Ill-Mannered’ Birthday Wish for Zaheer Khan Does Not Go Down Well with Netizens, Gets Brutally Roasted on Twitter and It’s Too Funny to Ignore!
In Pandya’s latest Instagram post, he can be seen trying to walk. He is also seen moving on a wheelchair. “Baby steps .. but my road to full fitness begins here and now. Thank you to everyone for their support and wishes, it means a lot”, the Indian all-rounder wrote along with the video. Have a look. Hardik Pandya’s 80 Lakh ‘Patek Philippe Nautilus’ Watch Steals the Show! Indian All-Rounder Wore the ‘Holy Grail’ during Surgery and Twitter Can’t Handle It.
Hardik Pandya Injury Update!
It looks the 25-year-old cricketer is eager to get on the field as quickly as possible. Recently, he shared a post to inform about his successful surgery. In that post, he was seen lying on a hospital bed. The right-handed batsman was also trolled for wishing Zaheer Khan on latter's birthday with his post. He had shared a video in which he smashed Zaheer Khan for a boundary. However, he was trolled and criticised by people for wishing Khan in this manner.
The Mumbai Indians’ player was given complete rest during India’s tour of West Indies 2019 and inducted in the T20I series against South Africa. However, his injury resurfaced due to which he had to visit United Kingdom for the surgery. A BCCI official had earlier informed that Pandya will have to take long rest after the surgery and he may not be in action for five to six months. Pandya will be missing upcoming India vs Bangladesh series 2019. Pandya is a crucial part of Team India filling the all-rounder slot.