Aditya Tare undergoes surgery,out for eight weeks

Mumbai wicket-keeper batsman confident of returning in time for Champions League T20

Written by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Published: July 3, 2013 1:11 am

Mumbai wicket-keeper batsman Aditya Tare will be out of action for nearly eight weeks after he underwent a surgery on his wrist in Melbourne on Tuesday. But he is confident of returning to full fitness in time for the Champions League T20,which is likely to be held in September.

Tare played five games for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League but injured his right wrist during the season. Various scans were performed and doctors advised that Tare should undergo surgery. Consequently,Mumbai Indians decided to send Tare to Melbourne.

“As there is no cricket scheduled for next couple of months,I thought I should go ahead with surgery. For me,the upcoming do mestic season will be important and I don’t want any injury concerns before going for long season ahead. My wrist was troubling me and after consensus with Mumbai Indians medical team and management,they advised me to travel to Melbourne,” Tare told The Indian Express post his surgery.

“Winning IPL title was very special and most satisfying thing too. I was part of two special wins last season – first Ranji Trophy and then IPL. However,I feel coming season will be the key. I need to carry in same performance and see to continue the same thing,” Tare added.

In his first full-season as a wicket-keeper batsman for Mumbai,Tare had a fantastic year with the bat where he scored 842 runs and took 39 catches with two stumping in it.

MCA postpones inquiry

THE MCA inquiry committee,which was suppose to question former MCA Jt Hon Secretary Lalchand Rajput on 405 unsold ICC-World Cup tickets matter,had to postpone the meeting as two of their advocates failed turn up on Tuesday. Rajput said that he was told at the last moment that hearing has been postpone for a week as few officials are not feeling well. “They have called me on Tuesday evening. As I reached MCA office,I was told the meeting is postponed as two officials are not feeling well. They have told me that they will call me again next week,” Rajput said. Rajput,who is employed by the BCCI as a batting coach for its academies,will be deputed in Bangalore for next one month where he will be looking for boys above under 19 age group.

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