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Umesh Yadav is getting medical attention at NCA

Umesh Yadav is getting medical attention at NCA following an on-field injury in England.

During the Royal London One-Day Cup game on August 21 at Radlett, Umesh Yadav suffered a quad muscle injury. He afterwards traveled to India for medical care.

Umesh Yadav, an Indian pacer, is receiving treatment at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru for a thigh muscle injury he sustained while playing for Middlesex against Gloucestershire last month in the English county league. On August 21 in Radlett during the Royal London One-Day Cup game, Yadav suffered a quad muscle injury. He then traveled to India for medical care. He won’t be permitted to play in Middlesex’s final two national championship matches this month against Leicestershire and Worcestershire. The group issued a statement.

Umesh Yadav won’t return to London to finish the season with the Club, and he won’t take part in the matches that are left in the Middlesex County Championship. Middlesex Cricket regrettably made the announcement on their website. The athlete has a persistent quad muscle disorder.

When Middlesex faced Gloucestershire in their final home Royal London Cup game of the season in Radlett, Yadav sustained an injury (on August 21). The right-arm paceman had to leave the field of play during the Club’s last Group A away encounter against Sussex in Hove. On the front of the leg, there is a collection of muscles known as the quadriceps.

Yadav, 34, has 158 test wickets and 106 ODI wickets in 75 games combined. In order to be prepared for the journey to Leicester the following week, was supposed to take a Saturday flight back to London. However, Middlesex asserted that they were aware of the issue.

According to what we’ve been informed, his injury is still a problem and it’s believed that he isn’t fully recovered to manage the workload required for a four-day game. The statement claimed that as a result, he won’t be re-joining the Club. In order to participate for the team in First-Class and List-A matches, Yadav joined Middlesex in July.

According to what we’ve been informed, his injury is still a problem and it’s believed that he isn’t fully recovered to manage the workload required for a four-day game. The statement claimed that as a result, he won’t be re-joining the Club. In order to participate for the team in First-Class and List-A matches, Yadav joined Middlesex in July.

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