It could take up to two years for Rishabh Pant to return to India: Saurav Ganguly

Rishabh Pant
It could take up to two years for Rishabh Pant to return

According to former India skipper Sourav Ganguly, Rishabh Pant may have to wait up to two years before he can play for his country once more.

In an interview with the news agency PTI, Ganguly, who will be managing the Delhi Capitals in the upcoming Indian Premier League season, provided the information.

Rishabh Pant's absence in the Delhi Capitals lineup would be difficult to fill, according to Ganguly, and the team has not yet decided who will take his position. The former batter claimed that since Pant's terrible mishap in December 2022, he had spoken to him a few times.

"I had a few conversations with him. Of course he is I wish him well as he goes through a difficult time, including operations and injuries. He will return to playing for India in a year or possibly two, according to Ganguly, who was cited by PTI.

DC has not yet announced Pant's successor, and Ganguly is still debating whether domestic veteran Sheldon Jackson or young Turkish Abhishek Porel is the superior choice.

"We still need some time to think things through. Before the IPL, the next training begins, Ganguly said.

DC is searching for a captain, and David Warner, an experienced Aussie opener, may be chosen due to his qualifications.

In Kolkata, DC conducted a three-day camp where people like Prithvi Shaw, Along with other domestic stars, Ishant Sharma, Chetan Sakariya, and Manish Pandey were spotted.

"The season has just begun, and the IPL is still one month away. Given how much cricket they play, it is challenging to gather all the participants in one place. The Irani Cup is being played by four or five people. Sarfaraz has a finger that is hurt, but it is not fractured. He ought to be fine for the IPL "Finally, he said.

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