Kathmandu- Sharad Vesawkar who had long history of hemorrhoids has undergone hemorrhoidectomy on Wednesday and according to the doctors involved he will be completely fit with in 3 weeks of rest.
Sharad had been suffering from piles for 6 years and was following conservative management. But it worsened last year when the team was in New Zealand. After that it has considerably affected performances of Sharad on the field especially with the bat.
Sharad issued a statement after his surgery stating he is hopeful that he will come back to the national team prior to Division 2. The statement also reads that he had experienced considerable difficulty playing cricket with the condition. The surgery was done at Vayodya Hospital by Dr. Sushil Rawal.
Vesawkar was pivotal in Nepal’s T20 World Cup Qualification involved in as many as three last over finishes for Nepal in the World Cup Qualifier. However after New Zealand his performance has degraded considerably.
The condition worsened in Malaysia and Vesawkar had to miss the latter matches of Division 3. Vesawkar was also rested for the Sri Lanka tour.
The all important Division 2 starts on Jan 17. The tournament is being held in Namibia.