Why Indian Wicketkeeper Batsman Rishabh Pant Changed His Date Of Birth Before World Cup 2023 Know Here

Why Rishabh Pant Changed His Date Of Birth: Indian star wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is recovering from his injury these days after a car accident. Meanwhile, Pant has made a big change in his Instagram bio before the 2023 World Cup to be played in India. Actually, the Indian wicket-keeper batsman has written his second date of birth as 05/01/23. Pant shared this second date of birth regarding his accident.

Last year, Pant was seriously injured in a car accident. Pant met with an accident on December 30, 2022 while going from Delhi to his home in Roorkee. After the accident, Pant was taken to the hospital by the local people. Pant had several surgeries after this accident. However, these days this star wicket-keeper batsman is in the National Cricket Academy, where he is going through the process of rehab. While talking about Pant’s real date of birth, it is October 4, 1997.

Pant is recovering well

Pant’s condition has improved a lot after the accident. Recently, the batsman had shared a video, in which he was seen climbing the stairs without any support. Pant is working hard for his recovery in NCA. It has been claimed in many media reports that Pant can return till the World Cup, although no official information has been revealed about it.

Let us tell you that Pant recently shared a picture, in which Mohammad Siraj, Yuzvendra Chahal, Shardul Thakur and KL Rahul were present. KL Rahul is also present in NCA these days due to his rehab. During fielding in a match in IPL 2023, Rahul’s leg was hurt. Rahul had undergone surgery some time ago.

Apart from this, Indian star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah and batsman Shreyas Iyer are also present in the National Cricket Academy for recovery. Bumrah and Iyer had undergone surgery due to back injury, after which they are going through the process of rehab.

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