After 48 Hours: Bajrang Punia says ‘I am fine’ after injuring knee; injury assessment

“I’m fine. It (getting harmed) occurs in sport,” Bajrang told PTI from Kaspiysk in a brisk message when he was inquired as to whether it’s anything but a significant injury.

While Bajrang didn’t expand on his physical issue, sources close the first class grappler said that it’s anything but a decent sign that he could stroll without assistance yet it will require in any event two days to survey him appropriately.

“There is a physical issue. It’s too soon to remark at the present time. We will notice it for next 48 hours and perceive how it goes. Too soon to name structures. Allow the irritation to die down a piece,” said the source.

Asked explicitly on the off chance that it very well may be a tendon tear, the source said no one but outputs can affirm it however they will not face challenge by starting that methodology.

“Sweeps are not done right away. We for the most part don’t test the design before 48 hours. In the event that there is a tear and we attempt to test it, we may accomplish more mischief. In this way, we will sit tight and notice for some time,” added the source.

Experienced Delhi-based games physiotherapist Anand Dubey, who goes with the public tennis crews — Davis Cup and Bille Jean King Cup — clarifies why it was critical to stand by before filters are finished.

“Grapplers typically endure hyper-extends. Assuming that is the situation, he will be fine in a little while by applying ice packs routinely. In the event of a tendon physical issue, growing takes some to show up, might be 24 to a day and a half. In a significant injury, it shows up right away.

“I have seen the video of his session. It’s anything but a minor injury, nothing to stress over. It’s anything but a decent choice by Bajrang to relinquish the session to forestall a significant physical issue,” he added.

Bajrang, one of India’s most brilliant award possibilities, has been preparing in Russia since last month.

He skirted the Poland Open, the last Ranking Series occasion before the Olympics so he could fight with world’s top grapplers, who are presently preparing in Russia in front of the Tokyo Games.

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