Hardik Pandya, Indian National Cricket Team
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Last Update on: February 28th, 2020 at 06:13 pm

The swashbuckling all-rounder of the Indian National Cricket Team Hardik Pandya is in the process of recovering fully from the back surgery. The flamboyant batsman in his latest social media post thrashed bowlers in the net session like a man on the mission. He captioned it saying that he can’t find a better place to celebrate the festive season than in cricket nets.

It has been a long time since Hardik Pandya has been in action for the Indian National Cricket Team. The right-handed all-rounder from Baroda went under the knives for his back surgery and is currently undergoing rehabilitation. Though he was missed in the international arena, he is updating his fans with regular videos of his practice on social media.

Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya. Credit: Getty Images

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Hardik was seen smashing the bowlers with ease in the video that was posted on his Facebook profile. The flamboyant batsman looked entirely in the zone when he was knocking them out of the park with class. He even tried a couple of helicopter shots during his net session.

The Baroda all-rounder is currently on a break and is recovering from his prolonged injury that he suffered during the Asia Cup last September in UAE. He recovered to play in the Indian Premier League 2019, and the World Cup before the injury resurfaced.

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Watch the video here:


Hardik Pandya named in India-A squad for New Zealand tour:

Pandya last featured for India in their T20I series against South Africa in September but is now set for a return after being included in the India A side that will travel to New Zealand next month. Hardik Pandya has been named only in the one-day side and will miss the two four-day games.

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Hardik Pandya would like to make the most of the tour to make a comeback into the Indian team. With T20I World Cup in the lineup, Pandya would like to get back to his rhythm as quickly as possible.

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