Bangladeshi dashing opener Tamim Iqbal is confident to comeback in cricket very soon from his wrist injury. He said, “I am feeling good now after the operation and improving day by day. I am really confident that I can make my return within two months. Two weeks have already passed and after another two weeks I can start batting with the soft ball,” Iqbal was quoted as saying in The Daily Star.
The left-handed batsman, returned home on Sunday night after the operation and said “I had discomfort with the injury because there was lingering pain. It’s like a pebble inside your shoe. But I am now tension free and looking forward to recover as early as possible,” he added said adding that he might miss the coming New Zealand series, but this operation would help him come back strongly.
BCB sports physician Dr. Debashish Chowdhury, who visited Australia to consult about the rehabilitation program with the Australian physicians and is looking after the rehabilitation program of the leading Bangladesh batsman, expressed his satisfaction over Iqbal’s progress.
Iqbal has opted out of the upcoming series against New Zealand to recover from his injury. But his presence in the Bangladesh squad is the key to the team’s chances in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.