Shreyas Iyer: Shreyas Iyer’s passion on seventh heaven to play World Cup, refused to undergo back surgery

New Delhi: Veteran middle-order batsman Shreyas Iyer of the Indian cricket team has once again been ruled out of the game due to his back injury. In the fourth Test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy against Australia, he once again had a back problem, due to which he reached the hospital for scans during the Test match itself. Iyer will have to undergo surgery to recover from his injury which will rule him out for around 6 to 7 months. Significantly, Iyer has refused to undergo surgery, the main reason for which has now come to the fore.

Iyer will miss surgery to play in the World Cup

According to a report in Cricbuzz, Shreyas Iyer is yet to undergo his surgery. He is focusing more on playing the World Cup than the IPL. If Shreyas undergoes the surgery, he will be out for at least 6 to 7 months due to which he will not be able to be a part of the ODI World Cup. Because of this Iyer does not want to take any risk at all. Let us tell you that the host of the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 is none other than India. This mega ICC event will be organized during October-November. Apart from this, talk about Shreyas Iyer playing IPL, so far no confirmation has been made regarding this matter. Iyer might not be seen playing the first half (phase) of IPL.

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Shreyas Iyer’s international career has been like this

28-year-old Shreyas Iyer has played 49 T20s, 42 ODIs and 10 Tests for India so far. In T20s, Iyer has scored 1043 runs at an average of 30.7 and a strike rate of 136, in which he has seen 7 half-centuries with the bat. Iyer has scored 1631 runs in ODIs at an average of 46.6 with the help of 2 centuries and 14 half-centuries. Apart from this, Shreyas Iyer has scored 666 runs in Tests at an average of 41.6. In Test cricket, 1 century and 5 half-centuries have been seen with the bat of this Indian player.
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