Following an on-field injury in England, Umesh Yadav is seeking medical attention at NCA.
Umesh Yadav sustained a quad muscle injury on August 21 at Radlett during the Royal London One-Day Cup match. Later, he went to India for treatment.
Indian pacer Umesh Yadav is being treated for a thigh muscle injury he suffered while playing for Middlesex against Gloucestershire last month in the English county league at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru. Yadav sustained a quad muscle injury on August 21 in Radlett during the Royal London One-Day Cup match. He subsequently made his way to India for treatment. In this month’s games against Leicestershire and Worcestershire, Middlesex’s final two national championship contests, he won’t be allowed to participate. The team released a statement.
Umesh Yadav won’t be going back to London to continue the season with the Club, and he won’t be playing in the remaining games of Middlesex’s County Championship. Regrettably, Middlesex Cricket announced on its website. The player has a chronic quad muscle condition.
Yadav was hurt playing for Middlesex against Gloucestershire in their final home Royal London Cup game of the year in Radlett (on August 21). The Club’s final Group A game on the road against Sussex in Hove was postponed because the right-arm paceman had to leave the field of play. The quadriceps are a group of muscles on the front of the leg.
Yadav, 34, has taken 158 wickets in 52 tests and 106 in 75 one-day internationals. Was scheduled to take a Saturday flight back to London in order to be ready for the trip to Leicester the following week. Middlesex, though, claimed to be aware of the problem.
“Shortly after the accident, the right arm returned to India for a checkup with the BCCI medical staff. There, under the guidance of the Indian national medical staff, he began receiving treatment for the injury and rehabilitation while beginning a return-to-bowling program.
We’ve been told that his injury is still a concern and that it’s thought he hasn’t recovered enough to handle the workload necessary for a four-day game. He won’t be joining the Club again as a result, the statement said. Yadav joined Middlesex in July so that he could compete for the squad in First-Class and List-A competitions.
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