Rishabh Pant
Rishabh Pant

Rishabh Pant, the wicketkeeper-batsman for Team India, was hurt on December 30 in a car accident. Rishabh Pant received his initial care at the Max Hospital in Dehradun. He was then transported by air to Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital. On Friday, Pant underwent surgery at Kokilaben Hospital, in Mumbai.

Pant will receive his entire IPL payment

Rishabh Pant’s return date is unsure, but given the seriousness of the injury, it is safe to assume that he will be sidelined for the ensuing six months. Pant will undoubtedly miss the Australian series and the IPL 2023 because of this. Playing in the 2023 Asia Cup and ODI World Cup is also uncertain. By the way, fans are wondering whether Pant will receive a payment if he leaves the IPL.

Rishabh Pant’s return date is unsure, but given the seriousness of the injury, it is safe to assume that he will be sidelined for the ensuing six months. Pant will undoubtedly miss the Australian series and the IPL 2023 because of this. Playing in the 2023 Asia Cup and ODI World Cup is also uncertain. By the way, fans are wondering whether Pant will receive a payment if he leaves the IPL.

Let us inform you that even after leaving the IPL in 2023, Rishabh Pant would still receive his entire salary (Rs. 16 crores). He will also receive Rs 5 crore from BCCI as part of the federal contract addition to this.) keeps happening. According to BCCI regulations, players who are forced to miss an IPL game due to injury receive their full salaries. The insurance company, not the IPL franchise, is responsible for paying the entire bill. On the BCCI contract list for 2022–2022, Pant is in Grade–A.

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Deepak Chahar was also paid in 2022

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When the BCCI compensated Deepak Chahar, sources in the media claimed that he was disqualified from the entire IPL 2022 season (Rs 14 crore). Deepak Chahar, a player with the Chennai Super Kings, is a centrally contracted player with the BCCI and is in Grade C. As a result, he also benefited from BCCI’s insurance program. Half of the compensation is granted by the BCCI and half by the concerned franchisee if the player covered by the central contract misses half the season due to an injury.

Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala performed surgery on Rishabh Pant at the hospital in Mumbai. The medial collateral ligaments (MCL) and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) had to be operated on during his complicated knee surgery (MCL). After a few days, Rishabh Pant will require frequent knee workouts following ligament surgery. However, if Pant is injured, the Delhi Capitals will need to recruit a new captain for the IPL 2023 season. In this contest, David Warner is in the lead.

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