Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami Ruled Out of IPL Due to Ankle Injury.

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami got some bad news. He can’t play in the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) because his left ankle is injured. Shami, who is 33 years old, isn’t playing in the ongoing Test series against England either. He needs surgery for his ankle in the UK.

Shami last played for India in the ODI World Cup final against Australia in November. This injury means he’ll be away from cricket for even longer. Shami has taken 229 wickets in Test matches, 195 wickets in ODIs, and 24 wickets in T20Is. Fans and his team will really miss him.

People are wondering if the program the National Cricket Academy (NCA) set up for Shami’s recovery is working well. This injury might make them think about how they help players get better.

Shami not playing will make his IPL team think about their bowling options. They might need to change their team before the tournament starts. Everyone will notice Shami’s absence because he’s a skilled and experienced player. This shows how injuries can affect players and teams in cricket.

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