The reemerging of Ishant Sharma's lower leg injury has left the BCCI embarrassed and National Cricket Academy (NCA) head physio Ashish Kaushik under the scanner. The 31-year-old speedster could miss the initial segment of the IPL on the off chance that he is required to experience restoration at the much-defamed NCA. Ishant joined the Indian group in New Zealand 72 hours before the principal Test and bowled about 23 overs for a five-wicket pull. The Indian group the board has stayed tight-lipped about the result of his sweep results yet as indicated by sources in the BCCI, a similar tendon physical issue on his correct lower leg has erupted indeed.
The BCCI media group gave a discharge following 24 hours which didn't state something besides what the covering media in Christchurch definitely knew. A couple of inquiries have sprung up in the BCCI hover with this most recent injury disaster.
"Once Ishant was precluded for about a month and a half by the Delhi group physio after his output reports uncovered Grade 3, how did Kaushik and the NCA group arrive at resolution that three weeks is adequate for come back to serious cricket?," a BCCI insider addressed.
The subsequent inquiry is: was there a more prominent push from the player himself to get fit in time for the Test arrangement?
The third and the most significant point is: how careful was the recovery given that the group's most senior pacer didn't play a solitary serious match, which is the standard for any player returning into the national crease from a physical issue?
Ishant had educated the media in Christchurch that he bowled 21 overs at the NCA in two days, after which he was given the freedom. He, truth be told, tweeted an image of his with Kaushik, applauding the NCA's job in his restoration.
Numerous in the BCCI accepting this as a constructive exposure after some unmistakable India players, returning from injury-actuated breaks, selected individual restoration program with their IPL establishments over the NCA.
As of late, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had said that the NCA will be a one-point community for every single contracted player.