Hardik Pandya during a match. (Source: Twitter)

Team India is currently preparing to go on a New Zealand tour. On this tour, Team India has to play five T20s, three ODIs and two Test matches. Hardik Pandya is no longer with the T20 team, he will now do his rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) under the supervision of NCA chief Rahul Dravid.

Rahul Dravid – Head of Cricket at NCA. (Source: BCCI)

Hardik will undergo his rehab process from Tuesday under the supervision of Rahul and his team of trainers. It is being told that before the Mumbai match of the ODI series between India and Australia, such instructions were given by the team management.

The team management has said that Hardik has been asked to complete his rehab in NCA. It has been said that this program will be for 15-20 days. According to the source, when Hardik was training with Virat Kohli and his teammates at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. The team management then advised them to complete the rehab process at NCA. It is usually a two-week program. After this, he will be ready for international cricket.

Earlier, Hardik Pandya and Jaspit Bumrah had left the NCA to get advice on the advice of a personal expert to overcome their injury. But BCCI President Sourav Ganguly made it clear that all the players have to report to NCA and go through the rehab process.

Hardik may go on a New Zealand tour, but he will be available for Team India during the South Africa tour of India in March.