Jofra Archer, the English paceman back in action after hand surgery

Jofra Archer, the right hand English bowler has resumed light training after his recent hand surgery.

Jofra Archer was playing for Rajasthan Royal prior to this and was bought for 7.2 cr and he has played 35 match while taking 46 wickets and scoring 195 runs as well.

He’s hoping to start the competitive competition after his freaky injury after he was cleaning his fish tank.

The 26-year-old sustained the injury at his home in January and the operation was carried out while he was still undergoing treatment for a long-term elbow injury.

“Archer has been given the all-clear by his hand consultant to resume training after his right hand continues to heal following his operation,He will return to light training this week, working closely with the Sussex and England men’s medical teams. It’s hoped that he will be able to up his intensity with his bowling from next week” ECB quoted in a statement.

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