Indian cricket team all-rounder Hardik Pandya has a huge fan-following. The cricketer performed well during the Asia Cup 2018, IPL matches as well as the World Cup and T20I series. While Hardik Pandya has been out of the game lately, the all-rounder had to undergo surgery for an injury. On Friday, Hardik underwent successful surgery to treat his lower back injury that got him out of the game for a short period of time. Today, Pandya took to his social media to share a picture from the hospital sharing and revealing to his fans that the surgery was successful.
Hardik Pandya has been winning the hearts of the Indian cricket fans with his game and charm. The all-rounder has played well during all his matches and is a great team-player. Today, Hardik took to his Instagram to share a picture from a hospital in London. The Indian cricket team champ looked enthusiastic in the picture and was all smiles posing as he pulled thumbs up. Hardik shared the news of undergoing a successful surgery with fans informing them about his health. Hardik got treated for his lower back injury that he incurred during the Asia Cup 2018.
The Indian cricket team all-rounder had successfully recovered from his injury, which resurfaced during the T20I series against South Africa. Hardik shared the good news of his recovery with fans and asked them to miss him until he is back. The cricketer in his post wrote, “Surgery done successfully. Extremely grateful to everyone for your wishes Will be back in no time! Till then miss me.” (Also Read: Urvashi Rautela gets emotional as Hardi Pandya posts a throwback picture from his struggling days)
As per reports, Pandya was treated by the same doctor who treated him earlier after the Asia Cup injury. Get well soon Hardik. We bet your team misses you. (Also Read: Hardik Pandya makes a smashing entry at Lakme Fashion Week 2019)
Image source: Instagram/ Hardik Pandya
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