Commonwealth Games: Neeraj Chopra out of Commonwealth Games, a big blow to India, know the reason

New Delhi. Even before the commencement of the Commonwealth Games, India has suffered a major setback. Neeraj Chopra, a strong contender for the gold medal in Javelin Throw, has been ruled out of the Commonwealth Games. They are not fit. He recently suffered an injury during the final of the World Athletics Championships. IOA Secretary General Rajeev Mehta has confirmed Neeraj’s exclusion from the Commonwealth Games.

IOA Secretary General Rajeev Mehta told news agency ANI, “Neeraj Chopra will not participate in Commonwealth Games 2022. He is not fit due to injury in the final of the World Athletics Championships. They have informed us about this.”

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Neeraj was injured during the final of the World Athletics Championships. He was also seen wearing a bandage on his thigh during the event. After this, he had an MRI scan, in which groin injury was detected. He has been advised rest for three weeks. Neeraj himself also said after the final that I felt a little pain after the fourth throw. After this, I tied the bandage and did the next throw. As of now, I have just returned from the event, so much trouble is not known. It will be known only after investigation how serious this injury is.

Neeraj Chopra won the gold in the javelin throw at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Then he became the first athlete of India to win gold medal in this event. In such a situation, this time in his absence, the way to win gold for India will not be easy. Now Rohit Yadav, who has reached the final of the World Athletics Championship, is from.

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