Hardik Pandya Recuperates From Back Injury With Leisure Time at Beach, Shares Picture Wearing Versace Bathrobe
Hardik Pandya (Photo Credits: Instagram/@HardikPandya)

Hardik Pandya seems to be enjoying his time away from cricket. The star Indian all-rounder, who was last seen in action during the three-match T20I series against South Africa on home soil is currently enjoying a short vacation. Pandya, who is yet to completely recover from the back surgery he underwent in October, shared a picture on his Instagram handle in which he can be seen enjoying his time away in some foreign land. Pandya has been rested from the upcoming limited-overs series against West Indies, which starts on December 6. Post the 2019 World Cup heartbreak, Pandya has only appeared in two T20I matches for India.

In the picture he shared on Instagram, Pandya can be seen standing beside a picturesque beach. Maintaining his trend of living an exquisite life, the 26-year-old all-rounder is sporting a popular brand Versace bathrobe and goggles. Pandya can be seen standing in the beach and staring at the never-ending sea, which despite seeing its path being obstructed by erected buildings continues its journey into the horizon.

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The picturesque surrounding, blue water and its never-ending trails add to the beauty of Pandya’s photo. Although uncertain, the place seems to be somewhere in the Americas, perhaps in the Caribbean Island. Pandya had recently made his return from the back stress injury he had suffered during the World Cup. He was involved in the T20I series against South Africa – which ended in a 1-1 draw – but was again rested for the T20I series against Bangladesh following his back surgery. Pandya has been also left out for the upcoming T20I and ODI series against the West Indies.

Recently, Pandya shared a video of him training and running in the field as he returns into full fitness. “Been too long since I’ve been out there. No better feeling than to be back on the field,” wrote the 26-year-old on his social media handles. Pandya, on October 5, underwent successful lower-back surgery in London.