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“Rishabh Pant Will Not Be Available For IPL,” declares Sourav Ganguly: Report

Rishabh Pant will miss the cash-rich Indian Premier League because of his injuries from a road accident last month, according to a report. Sourav Ganguly, a former chief of the national cricket board. Has been confirmed that Pant will miss the cash-rich Indian Premier League.

The India star sustained multiple injuries when he crashed his Mercedes SUV north of New Delhi before dawn on December 30. He was rescued by a bus driver and conductor after the car caught fire.

In the annual two-month tournament, is scheduled to begin in late March or early April and feature some of the most prominent international players. Pant serves as captain of the Delhi Capitals team.

Sports Today reported that Ganguly. Who is expected to join Delhi Capitals as director of cricket, stated, “Rishabh Pant will not be available for the IPL.”

Ganguly stated on Tuesday, “It will be a great IPL (for the team). We will do well, but Rishabh Pant’s injury will affect the Delhi Capitals.”

The 25-year-old was rushed to the hospital. Where he remained for a few days before being flown to Mumbai via air for further treatment and surgery.

According to the Indian cricket board, Pant sustained multiple injuries. Including a broken ligament in his right knee, an injured wrist and ankle, and abrasions on his back.

Pant is a mainstay of the Test team and has been a key part of some of India’s most memorable victories over the past three years. He is a wicketkeeper and a flashy batsman.

However, his white-ball performance has been subpar over the past few months. Just a few days prior to the accident. He was left out of the squad for the upcoming one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches against Sri Lanka.

Additionally, Pant is likely to miss Australia’s upcoming tour of India in February and March. During this, the two nations will play four Test matches.

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