Umesh Yadav undergoing rehabilitation at NCA after suffering on-field injury in England | Cricket News

LONDON: Indian conductor Umesh Yadav is rehabilitating at the National Cricket Academy (CNA) in Bangalore after suffering a thigh injury while playing for the England campaign middlesex against Gloucestershire last month.
Yadav injured his quadriceps in the Royal London One-Day Cup match at Radlett on August 21, then left for India for rehab. He will not be available for Middlesex’s final two games of the National Championships this month – against Leicestershire and Worcestershirethe club said in an official statement.
Middlesex Cricket regrets to announce that we have been informed that Umesh Yadav will not be returning to London to complete the season with the club and will no longer play any part in the Middlesex County Championship due to a persistent quadriceps injury “, the club says on its website.
“Yadav’s injury was sustained while playing at Middlesex’s last home London Royal Cup game of the season against Gloucestershire at Radlett (August 21) and saw the right-arm pacemaker forced off the pitch and ruled out the club’s final Group A game against Sussex at Hove.”
The quads muscles are a group of muscles at the front of the thigh.
Yadav, 34, who has won 158 wickets in 52 Tests and 106 scalps in 75 ODIs, was due to return to London on Saturday ahead of next week’s trip to Leicester, but Middlesex said he understood the situation.
“After sustaining the injury, the right arm promptly returned to India for an evaluation with the BCCI medical team, where he began treatment and rehabilitation of the injury while beginning a return to bowling program under the watchful eye of the Indian national medical team.
“…we have been informed that his injury is still a concern and he is deemed not to have recovered enough to handle the workload required in a four-day game, so he will not be returning to the Club. ”
Yadav joined Middlesex in July to play for the club in First Class and List A formats.

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