India’s middle order batsman Kedar Jadhav has been cleared to play the ICC World Cup in England and Wales. The all-rounder was a doubtful starter for the World Cup after having sustained a shoulder injury while playing the Indian Premier League 2019 last league game for Chennai Super Kings.
The Maharashtra boy has been declared fit to fly with the team to London on the morning of May 22.
The 34-year-old, who suffered a shoulder injury during Chennai Super Kings’ last league game in the IPL, recovered well under the watchful eye of Team India physio Patrick Farhart, who has submitted Jadhav’s fitness report to the BCCI.
The duo had checked into a five-star hotel in Mumbai last week, and, after a few training sessions, Jadhav passed a fitness test conducted by Farhart at the MCA’s BKC facility on Thursday morning.