Champions Trophy 2017: Chances of making it to Indian squad are very slim, says KL Rahul

Champions Trophy 2017: Chances of making it to Indian squad are very slim, says KL Rahul

KL Rahul might miss ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Indian opener KL Rahul’s chances of playing the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy are not looking feasible. The Indian opener while talking to the Times of India newspaper told that his chances are pretty slim. “I will just have to wait and see but the chances are very, very slim,” Rahul was quoted as saying by the Times of India newspaper. “I had torn my labrum . I couldn’t get into a few positions because my shoulder kept dislocating – popped out and popped back in. “That’s why I couldn’t play a lot of shots, had to restrict myself. I played with a lot of medication and taping. Surgery was to fix it on the inside.” Rahul injured his shoulder during India’s first Test match of the 4-match series against Australia. The surgery has been done but as far as the recovery is concerned, it will almost take Rahul two-three months. “They said it will take anywhere close to two to three months,” he added. “But again, it depends, each body is different, you don’t know how the body recovers. “It is totally up to me and how I well I take care of myself in the rehab phase. For now, it is just two-three weeks of relaxing and not doing anything and after that maybe I will start physiotherapy and my rehab phase will start from there.” Talking about missing games due to injury, the right-handed bastamn showed his disappointmenet and told that it is pretty frustrating to go through all this. “It is frustrating for a young man who is new to international cricket – it’s been two-and-a-half years now,” he said. “I’ve already been injured twice or thrice. It makes me think about what I am doing wrong. “I can’t see any reason why I keep getting injured because I am disciplined with my f…