Pandya undergoes successful back surgery

The Tribune

The Tribune

Author 2019-10-06 11:24:00



All-rounder Hardik Pandya underwent successful surgery on his lower back in London and said he hopes to return to action in “no time”. Pandya first sustained the injury during the Asia Cup last September and missed India’s limited-overs home series against Australia in February with lower back stiffness. “Surgery done successfully. Extremely grateful to everyone for your wishes... Will be back in no time! Till then miss me,” Pandya posted on his Twitter page, along with a picture of himself in a hospital bed.

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