Jimmy Neesham: New Zealand all-rounder undergoes surgery to treat a compound dislocation on finger

The treatment for a compound dislocation on his left ring finger was performed on Saturday night.

The splint will be taken care well by keeping it under observation for atleat a week by a hand specialist.

Jimmy Neesham is currently focusing on T20 mostly in recent months.

He has represented New Zealand in 12 Tests in which he scored 709 runs, in 63 One Day Internationals he has scored 1286 runs and in 24 T20Is he scored 250runs.

Recently cricket Wellington announced that the New Zealand allrounder was suffering from a compound dislocation and has undergone a surgery to treat his left ring finger successfully on Saturday night.

He has a splint on and will be observed carefully by a hand specialist in around 7 days.

In the ongoing Super Smash tournament, he is expected to comeback in the tournament after failing in the last IPL due to his poor form.

He has played in 5 matches out of 6 for his team do far, scored Sixty-Five runs and took 8 wickets with an average of Sixteen.

On Saturday’s Super Smash match, he contributed well with the bat by scoring Forty-Nine runs and toping the scorecard for his team against Canterbury. But they suffered their first defeat of their season when he gave away Thirty runs in 22 balls.

Do you think that Jimmy Neesham can continue his good form with the bat in the upcoming matches of Super Smash tournament after his surgery?

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