Heather Knight, the captain of the England national cricket team, announced on Friday that she had surgery, and as a result, she will not be participating in the forthcoming series against India.
On Friday, the England skipper Heather Knight said that she had surgery, and as a result, she will not be participating in the next series against India, which will consist of three one-day internationals and three twenty20 internationals. Previously, Knight was unable to attend the Commonwealth Games, and she recently stated that she believes it is now the appropriate moment to take advantage of a “little of time away.” Knight took to Twitter in order to upload a picture of herself in the hospital, in which she can be seen giving the thumbs up sign to the camera.
“Surgery. I had some debris removed from my hip in preparation for when I can start jogging again. I will not be able to participate in the WBBL or the India series due to this setback, but I hope to be back in action by the end of the year. It’s time to make the most of this break from work and get started on your rehabilitation “tweeting about Knight
The first game of the series between India and England is scheduled to take place on September 10. After the completion of the three Twenty20 Internationals, attention will turn to the One-Day Internationals.
Earlier on in the competition, England had been unable to capture the bronze medal in the Commonwealth Games due to the fact that the team had been defeated by New Zealand.
Team India, captained by Harmanpreet Kaur, has prevailed against England to advance to the match for the gold medal.
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