Young batsman Prithvi Shaw has been ruled out of the first two practice matches of the India A team on the tour of New Zealand. He suffered a shoulder injury while playing for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy against Karnataka. After this, he was sent to the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. Investigations here revealed that Shaw had injuries in the rotator cuff of the left shoulder (through which the arm rotates) and the lebrum (inner part of the shoulder). In a statement issued by the BCCI, it is said that Shaw is still in rehab in NCA. He will not be able to play two practice matches on the New Zealand tour. A decision will be taken later on playing his ODI and first class matches on this tour. India A team will leave for New Zealand tour on 10 January.
Shaw was injured in saving overthrow:
Prithvi Shaw was injured in an attempt to save an overthrow during one of Mumbai’s bowling in the Ranji match. After this, he did not fielding and was sent to the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. Mumbai team captain Suryakumar Yadav said that he is not able to raise his hand. He has a pain in his shoulder.
Shaw was back in November after the ban:
Prithvi Shaw returned to the cricket field in November 2019 after an eight-month ban. He was facing a ban due to doping. He made a comeback in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy against Assam (Assam) and scored a half-century as soon as he arrived. After this, he did great work in batting. He scored a double century in the Ranji Trophy match against Vadodara.
Were also injured in 2018:
Prior to the ban, Shaw was part of Team India and made his debut in international cricket by playing a 134-run knock against the West Indies. He scored 237 runs in three innings. After this, he was also selected for the tour of Australia, but before the first Test match, he suffered a serious injury in the warm-up match.