Young Indian batsman Prithvi Shaw on Monday, 10 December, began running in his mission to recapture wellness in front of the second Test against Australia at Perth starting on Friday.
Shaw, 19, had missed the opening Test in the wake of harming his lower leg while handling amid the training diversion against Cricket Australia XI before the end of last month.
The 19-year-old from Mumbai, wearing a defensive support to his left side lower leg, was seen running around the Adelaide Oval before the beginning of the fifth and last day of the principal Test in Adelaide.
Shaw, who had scored a century on presentation against the West Indies in October, had jumped to take a catch at the profound mid-wicket limit when he curved his lower leg.
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He is probably not going to make it to the second Test in Perth yet may come back to the squad for the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne starting 26 December.
“With youth on his side there may very well be where he may recoup faster,” Indian mentor Ravi Shastri had said a week ago.
“We’ll make a call as and when we draw nearer to Perth,” he included.
Shaw had won the man-of-the-arrangement grant for his 134 on Test make a big appearance against the West Indies. He turned into the most youthful Indian to score a century on Test make a big appearance – trailed by 70 and 33.
The youngster should open the innings with either KL Rahul or Murali Vijay in the opening Test.
After he was precluded, Rahul and Vijay framed the opening organization. While Rahul scored 2 and 44, Vijay oversaw 11 and 18.
India won the main Test by 31 rushes to take a 1-0 lead in the four-Test arrangement.
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