India’s white ball specialist Shreyas Iyer’s much-anticipated comeback to aggressive cricket has been delayed as he’s but to get well utterly from a shoulder surgical procedure, forcing him to withdraw from Lancashire’s Royal London Cup marketing campaign.
Iyer had sustained a left shoulder dislocation earlier this 12 months throughout an ODI match in opposition to England in Pune and needed to go below the knife within the UK.
Iyer began hitting the nets lately however it’s understood that he’s removed from being prepared for the July 22-August 18 event.
“Following discussions between the Membership and the BCCI, in addition to the gamers’ representatives, it was agreed that Iyer would stay in India forward of his return to cricket sooner or later,” the Lancashire County stated in an announcement.
“I’m gutted to not be capable to play for Lancashire this summer season, a Membership that has such historical past and ambition. I hope to play at Emirates Outdated Trafford for Lancashire in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later,” Iyer stated.
Lancashire’s director of Cricket, Paul Allott stated: “We’re clearly very upset, as we have been totally wanting ahead to welcoming Shreyas to Emirates Outdated Trafford.”
“In the end Shreyas’ long-term health is of paramount significance and Lancashire Cricket totally respects the choice.
“We want Shreyas all the very best with the rest of his restoration, and from the conversations which I’ve had with the participant, consider that that is an association he can be eager to revisit once more sooner or later,” former England pacer Allott stated.