Friday, February 9, 2007

Ramnaresh Sarwan Fall in Another Injury ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007

Ramnaresh Sarwan, the benevolent batsman of West Indies has fallen in a bone injury while playing in domestic cricket. He has recently come back after having another bad injury with hairline fracture in the right instep. The coming ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 is now knocking at the door and that is why, the injury creates a fear among the fans. However, it has been reported that the batsman will be fit enough to play after three weeks. The first match of West Indies in the World Cup Cricket 2007 is about five weeks away. So, the injury may not be able to stop him going for the World Cup Cricket 2007.

Nation News reported:

The Guyana and West Indies captain sustained the blow from Fidel Edwards mid-way into the opening day of the Carib Beer Series match against Barbados at Bourda on Monday, and an X-ray, along with a MRI scan, confirmed the nature of the injury.

It comes just when he was recovering from a hairline fracture of the right instep he sustained in Pakistan last December and more significantly, five weeks ahead of the West Indies' opening match of the World Cup on March 11.

Sarwan, however, is optimistic that he'll be ready for the mega-event.

"I'm very confident. It is just a matter of doing the right things over the next three weeks. I will start getting therapy in probably another two weeks," he told MIDWEEK SPORT yesterday.

Though it is sure that Ramnaresh Sarwan will be fit after three weeks but the question mark still appears in his form as three weeks is a long time. What do you think?