Cricket / Ben Stokes gets the proper hold of the bat first time after second finger injury

Zoom News : Oct 11, 2021, 09:21 PM
Cricket | England's star all-rounder Ben Stokes, who suddenly took an indefinite break from cricket after being ruled out of the home series against India, has hinted that he will return to cricket soon. Stokes recently underwent a second operation for his broken finger and now it looks like he has recovered and is eager to get back on the field. Stokes, the all-rounder of the World Cup winning team in 2019, has not been selected in England's T20 World Cup squad and Ashes team. But he has indicated to make a comeback by sharing a post on social media.

Stokes shared a photo on Twitter on Monday. His face is not visible in this post, but both his hands are visible, in which he is holding a bat. A bandage is also tied in the finger of his left hand. He has told through this post that he has held the bat after about 6 months. Stokes wrote in the caption with this post, 'On April 12, there was a finger injury. Since then, for the first time on October 11, I am able to hold the bat properly in my hand.

Stokes had injured his left hand finger four months ago while playing for Rajasthan Royals in the first leg of IPL 2021. He recently had a second operation after Stokes' first operation on his finger in April. He did not play in the IPL in the UAE leg of the 2021 season due to a break from cricket and his team could not qualify for the playoffs. Users have also given reactions to this post of Stokes. Fans have welcomed him. One user wrote, 'Come back to the T20 World Cup and win the team the title.'