Team India all-rounder Shardul Thakur has successfully undergone a foot surgery on Wednesday, 12 June and is expected to be out of competitive cricket for at least three months. The 32-year-old cricketer shared a post-surgery photo on his Instagram page with the caption, "Operated successfully."

This is Thakur's second foot surgery, the

first being five years ago in 2019. The injury recurred during the South Africa tour earlier this year. Despite the setback, Thakur played well in the Ranji Trophy last season, playing a pivotal role in helping Mumbai win its 42nd title. He has requested the BCCI for longer breaks between matches to ensure adequate recovery and preparation time for the players.
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