Leg-spinner Graeme Cremer has been dominated out of upcoming South Africa and Bangladesh excursions after finishing knee surgical treatment.
Cremer underwent surgical treatment on August 23 (August). It used to be showed on Sunday (September 2) that the previous Zimbabwean captain received’t be enjoying within the subsequent two sequence.
Cremer used to be sacked after World Cup Qualifiers when Zimbabwe failed to succeed in World Cup for the primary time in 35 years. He didn’t play within the T20I tri-series with Australia and Pakistan and ODI sequence towards Pakistan at house.
“Following months of knee discomfort and pain, with conservative interventions failing to bring relief from the symptoms, Cremer finally went for knee surgery on the 23rd of August,” mentioned Anesu Mupotaringa, nationwide staff physiotherapist.
“The surgery went well and Cremer is now recovering well at home. We are looking at minimum six-eight weeks before he can return to action, which definitely rules him out of the South Africa and Bangladesh tours.”
Meanwhile, pacer Kyle Jarvis and all-rounder Solomon Mire are set to be in a position for South Africa tour after getting better from accidents.
“Jarvis is recovering very well following his second operation on his fractured thumb in Cape Town. He has now started doing light bowling and batting drills with the team and we hope he will be ready for South Africa. Mire has now fully recovered from his ankle injury while his gluteal is now strong following successful rehab. He will be ready for our South Africa and Bangladesh tours,” added Mupotaringa.
Zimbabwe will tour South Africa for 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is from past due September to mid-October. Zimbabwe will then transfer to Bangladesh to play 3 ODIs and two Tests.