Wicketkeeper batsman Riddhiman Saha, who returned home after the shoulder operation in Manchester, said that the time during recovering from injury is more difficult than facing fast bowlers. In right-hand side of Saha, bandages are tied under elbows. After surgery in Manchester's Arm Clinic, he returned home late Thursday morning.
After three weeks of compulsory rest, Saha will start rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore. Saha said, "It is very difficult. You can not move the hand and I have to keep it in one condition. It is more difficult than facing fast bowlers, but it is the only way to move forward and return. I have to do this. "
Saha's eyes are now based on the Test series against Australia that starts on December 6. He said, "There are still plenty of time left for Australia tour. Let's see what happens.''
Saha said, "Injuries are part of the player's career, but no one should play with injuries. Normally in 55% of cases no re-emergence after injury has healed. It all depends on how I recover. I do not want to haste I want to move slowly so that it does not grow. "