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KL Rahul’s Ranji Mystery Unraveled: Inside Scoop on KKR Camp Amid Shreyas Iyer-BCCI Drama!

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There was a lot of discussion about Shreyas Iyer’s omission from the Indian Test team during the England series, which cost him his BCCI contract. He was also absent from the Ranji Trophy. The primary concern pertained to his purported back injury, which the BCCI refrained from disclosing as the cause of his expulsion from the team. According to later sources, Iyer’s back spasm caused him to miss multiple Ranji matches for Mumbai. The National Cricket Academy’s decision to declare him fit created issues, which infuriated the BCCI selection committee—particularly after Iyer was spotted at the Mumbai-based Kolkata Knight Riders Academy. But a fresh report from the KKR camp clarifies the circumstances.

According to an insider who spoke with Revsportz, Iyer’s time at the KKR academy was devoted to healing his injury, which supports the franchise coach Chandrakant Pandit’s earlier claims. The insider stated that Iyer’s rehabilitation attempts were communicated to the Mumbai Cricket Association and team head coach Omkar Salvi, who often visited the academy to monitor Iyer’s progress.

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Iyer’s back spasms required a gradual increase in his batting resistance following a 60-ball batting practice. He can now face 200 balls in a session and in just three weeks, he added three kilograms of muscle. Coach Salvi has been keeping an eye on his improvement and has completely informed the Mumbai team about his health. The source said, “Iyer is now prepared for the Ranji Trophy semi-final versus Tamil Nadu.

The insider also emphasized Iyer’s dedication, pointing out that he took part in the ODI World Cup in spite of his back requiring shots to relieve discomfort. Iyer didn’t take a break from the game after the World Cup; he played in a T20I series at home, toured South Africa, and then returned to the Ranji Trophy to be ready for the Test series against England.

“Iyer underwent pain management procedures to stay fit and skipped the IPL to play in the World Cup. He played through agony in the closing phases of the event, despite his best attempts. Iyer showed his commitment by keeping up a strict routine after the World Cup and not taking a single day off. The source continued, “His decision to train with a certain instructor should be honored.

After that, the topic of KL Rahul‘s Ranji Trophy participation came up. It was mentioned that he had missed the domestic competition while recovering from his own injury. Rahul sought treatment for his quadriceps discomfort in London without encountering any negative attention because to his involvement in Ranji. The insider stated, “It’s important to recognize a player’s personal judgment of their physical condition, especially given his history of injuries.

KL Rahul last played in a Ranji Trophy match four years ago. He has missed three Test matches against England because of a quadriceps ailment. In spite of this, he is ranked Grade A in BCCI’s yearly contracts, which emphasizes the unique methods and choices taken with reference to player engagement and fitness.

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Zofia Zwieglinska
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Zofia Zwieglinska is an advocate for sports education, believing in the power of sports to transform lives, build communities, and instill values of teamwork, discipline, and perseverance. She frequently volunteers at community sports clinics, sharing her love for the game and encouraging young athletes to pursue their passion.

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