MUMBAI: Former India captain Ajinkya Rahane has recovered from his hamstring injury that he suffered during IPL 2022 and will join Mumbai’s off-season camp at the Mumbai Cricket Association’s indoor nets facility at the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) from early next week.
On Saturday, Rahane, dropped from the Indian Test team due to poor form, was included in the list of 47 players the Mumbai’s selectors named for an off-season fitness camp at BKC, which will begin either on Monday or Tuesday.
“Rahane has come back from the National Cricket Academy (after recuperating from the injury). He’s fine now. I met him recently. The presence of senior players like him will help youngsters in the camp,” Mumbai chief selector Salil Ankola told TOI.
Surprisingly, the selectors have excluded experienced wicketkeeper Aditya Tare from the list. Tare was dropped from the Vijay Hazare Trophy last season.
“We had conveyed to Tare last season that he’s not in the scheme of things in white-ball cricket,” Ankola said.

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