- Rishabh Pant, one of the most promising batters in Indian cricket, was seriously injured in a car incident on the 30th of December. The wicket-keeper batter’s wounds were so severe that he required multiple operations to recover. Because of this, he will miss the rest of the Indian Premier League and perhaps much of the rest of the year. In contrast, Ricky Ponting, head coach of the Delhi Capitals, would like to have the wicketkeeper batter by his side throughout the full 2023 T20 season. When it comes to the Indian Premier League in 2023, Ricky Ponting has high standards for Rishabh Pant.
- Rishabh Pant will not be able to participate in this year’s IPL due to the severe injuries he sustained in a vehicle accident on December 30.
With Rishabh Pant’s 2023 Indian Premier League debut in sight, Ricky Ponting has certain goals in mind.
Photo of Rishabh Pant from the Indian Premier League/BCCI
Rishabh Pant, one of the most promising batters in Indian cricket, was seriously injured in a car incident on the 30th of December. The wicket-keeper batsman was severely hurt and required surgery. He will miss the rest of the Indian Premier League and perhaps most of the year due to this injury. In contrast, Ricky Ponting, head coach of the Delhi Capitals, would like to have the wicketkeeper batter by his side throughout the full 2023 T20 season.
- As Ponting put it, players like Pant “don’t grow on trees,” therefore the Delhi Capitals will need to find a replacement.
- “It’s as simple as saying that you can’t find a suitable replacement for those individuals. These types of players are hard to come by. We need to consider and are now considering, adding a wicketkeeper-batsman to the squad as a replacement “He stated in The ICC Review by Ponting.
- Even if he can’t play, the former Australia captain will still welcome Pant into the Delhi Capitals camp, he said. Only on JioSaavn.com can you hear the newest music.
- “Even if he isn’t in good enough shape to play, we’d still love to have him here. Being the captain makes him something of a cultural leader in the club, and everyone adores his positive outlook and contagious laughter. If he can make the trip and stay in contact with the club, he will find a permanent spot next to me in the dugout. Come the middle of March when we all get up in Delhi to begin our camps and such, you can bet your bottom dollar that I’ll be making sure he’s there “remarked the great Australian batsman.
- At this time, Pant’s expected return date is unknown. The prospect of seeing the cricketer compete for India this year remains elusive.