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Hardik Pandya shares a video of his road to recovery

Pandya was also seen prepping up for the yo-yo test.

Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Hardik Pandya’s absence is clearly being felt in the Windies ODI series. He has been out of the action for quite a while now. The all-rounder got injured in the game against Pakistan in the Asia Cup 2018. With the workload getting the better of him, he injured himself right in the first match that he played in the tournament.

In the match against Pakistan, the 25-year-old, during his run-up, fell down and suffered an acute lower back injury. He looked to be in severe pain and wasn’t even able to move. He, then, had to be stretchered off the field and also had to be withdrawn from the event in the UAE.

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Pandya works hard on regaining his fitness

Since then, Hardik Pandya wasn’t seen on the field for a pretty long time. He took a break and has thoroughly enjoyed his off-time. He turned 25 during this while and celebrated his birthday in a grand style. Pandya also shot ads for various brands and gifted himself a new puppy with whom he could spend some quality time.

But, after over a month after the injury, Hardik Pandya has finally returned to the field a few days ago. In his latest tweet, he shared a video of his rehabilitation workout. He was seen practising some basic drills which exercised and strengthen his back and lower-body.

Further, he was spotted practising for the yo-yo test, which of course he will have to clear if he is to make a comeback into the team. At the end of the session, the Gujarat-born all-rounder was seen extremely tired while he was catching up for his breath. He could be a very important member for the Australia tour ahead. One would expect him to be a part of all the formats while touring Down Under.

“Training hard, every yard. #RoadToRecovery,” Pandya wrote in the tweet.

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