India allrounder Hardik Pandya is focusing on a global return for New Zealand tour which starts in January 2020. Hardik Pandya, who experienced back medical procedure in October, showed that, according to the arrangement worked out with India’s group the executives, he is planned to join the squad “halfway” into the New Zealand arrangement, at that point include in the IPL, and afterward be prepared for the T20 World Cup in Australia in October 2020.
Hardik Pandya last played for India during the T20 series against South Africa at home in September. That denoted his arrival to the group following a time of rest after the World Cup in England, with the group the executives needing him to concentrate on his quality preparing. Pandya, be that as it may, griped of back issue during the South Africa arrangement, as per the BCCI, and this inevitably finished in his experiencing medical procedure.
Pandya said, “I was managing the back, tried everything possible not to get into surgery or anything. After trying everything, we came to the conclusion that it wasn’t working. I noticed that I was not able to give my 100 per cent and that meant I was not doing justice to myself and the team. That is when I decided to go for the surgery.”
In the most recent week Pandya has come back to preparing in Mumbai, yet said he was at this point to bat or bowl. He didn’t preclude highlighting for Baroda in the Ranji Trophy, yet didn’t indicate any date of return.