Indian Pacer Mohammed Shami Undergoes Successful Achilles Tendon Surgery, Eyes Comeback

Indian cricket star pacer Mohammed Shami recently underwent a successful surgery on his heel to repair his Achilles tendon. The surgery, conducted in the United Kingdom, was aimed at addressing the lingering issue that had kept Shami out of action since the 2023 World Cup.

Shami, who last appeared in the World Cup despite battling an ankle problem, shared updates about his condition on social media platforms on February 26 (Monday).

In his social media post, Shami expressed gratitude for the successful surgery and acknowledged that the road to recovery would require patience. However, he remained optimistic about his return to competitive cricket, emphasizing his eagerness to get back on his feet and resume playing.

“I’ve just undergone a successful surgery on my Achilles tendon! Recovery is going to take some time, but looking forward to getting back on my feet,” Shami shared in a post on his social media handle.

Fans and well-wishers have flooded social media platforms with messages of support for Shami, wishing him a speedy recovery and eagerly anticipating his return to the cricket field. With determination and perseverance, Shami aims to overcome this setback and make a triumphant comeback to the sport he loves.

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