Shakib Al Hasan, an exceptional all-rounder for Bangladesh, has started working on his fitness, and his rehabilitation from a finger injury has been deemed to be sufficient.
Shakib attended the practice that was held on Thursday, when he engaged in conversation with the coaches and the ground crew while also working on his fitness.
“Shakib had a fracture, and the X-Ray result was satisfactory,” Dr. Debashish Chowdhury, the chief physician for BCB, said today in an interview with The Daily Star.
Even though Shakib’s injury is not on the hand he uses to bowl, he may still experience some discomfort while he is at the plate.
Since his wounds are mending well, we are keeping our fingers crossed that he will be well. We are keeping our fingers crossed that he will be able to play in the one-dayers. However, he will need to put in a lot of effort to improve his fitness. Debashish informed me that he has already begun working on his fitness, and that he will shortly begin rehabilitation therapy with physiotherapists.
Before the One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals (ODIs and T20Is) against Afghanistan beginning on July 5, the BCB’s workload management would require Shakib’s workload to be at an optimal level.
“Yes, workload management criteria is there, and that is why he has begun fitness work early,” Debashish added. “He wants to make sure he can handle everything.”