Kumar had successful surgery in London and will begin his rehab at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore.
"On my way to New Zealand". He was supported by Yogesh Parmar, Physiotherapist of Team India, "said Jay Shah, Secretary of the Board said".
Injured Indian pacemaker Bhuvneshwar Kumar has undergone sports hernia surgery in London and will begin rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) on his return to the country, the BCCI said on Thursday.
Bhuvneshwar, who was injured during a T20 worldwide match against the West Indies in Mumbai on December 11, 2019, had travelled to London on January 9, 2020, for the surgery.More news: Golden Knights fire Gallant, hire ex-Sharks coach DeBoer
Another major injury that took place previous year was that of fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
He will now be back in contention for the third opener's slot in the India Test squad for the New Zealand series.
The BCCI further revealed that young opening batsman Prithvi Shaw has recovered from his shoulder injury and has left for New Zealand to join the India A team. Really excited to join my teammates. Prithvi Shaw tweeted about joining the Indian A team in New Zealand where the Indian team will take part in three unofficial One Day Internationals (ODIs) and two unofficial Tests.
With the T20 World Cup set to be played later this year, India will need one of their premier pacer to be match fit as well.More news: MS Dhoni's India career in doubt after losing central contract
India are now playing a three-match ODI series with Australia and the Aaron Finch-led side have gained a 1-0 lead in the series.
At the same time frame, information on Prithvi Shaw has-been provided by the BCCI which he features finished their rehab procedure in NCA.More news: Boeing's net orders slump to lowest in decades