Jofra Archer’s elbow surgery, this information was revealed about the comeback

The last two months have been difficult for England fast bowler Joffra Archer. On Wednesday, Joffra Archer has undergone surgery for a long time to overcome the problem of an injured right hand elbow. The England and Wales Cricket Board has released an update regarding Archer’s surgery. However, the ECB did not give any information about when Archer will return to the ground.

Archer made a comeback to the England team on the tour of India. But in the test series against India, Archer started bothering with an elbow injury. Although Archer took part in the Tests and T20 series by injection, but kept himself out of the ODI series. Apart from this, Archer decided to pull out of the 14th season of the Indian Premier League.

Archer was also troubled by his hand injury during this time and underwent surgery on his hand in March. Archer returned to county cricket this month after recovering from hand surgery. But the star pacer’s elbow injury recovered again. The ECB said, “England and Sussex fast bowler Joffra Archer underwent surgery on Friday to overcome a long-standing elbow problem.”

Archer can be fit till World Cup

The ECB has informed that work will begin on Archer’s return after four weeks. However, nothing can be said clearly about the return of Archer. The ECB, however, is hopeful of Archer’s fit for this year’s T20 World Cup and the Ashes series.

Archer has been troubled by the elbow problem over and over again for the last one year. Due to this injury, he stayed out of several matches during the tour of South Africa in 2020 and India earlier this year.

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