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    2 players initially ruled out of World Cup but have miraculously made a comeback

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    Injuries can end the dreams of many cricketers. One of the biggest dreams of any cricketer is to play in the ODI World Cup. Here, we take a look at two players initially ruled out of the World Cup but have miraculously made a comeback.

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    While a few players recover quickly from an injury, it takes a while for the others. In the case of a few cricketers, luck has been on their side in the lead-up to the 2023 ODI World Cup.

    1) Keshav Maharaj

    It was a ruptured Achilles tendon that ruled Keshav Maharaj out of the 2023 ODI World Cup in the first place. Usually, this injury takes around 9 months to heal. It is somewhat similar to the injury Michael Bracewell suffered. While the Kiwi is still recovering, Keshav is already on the field and has been a part of the recent tournaments. The South African spinner will lead the spin attack for his side in the upcoming event. He will hold a key role in this regard.

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    2) Kane Williamson

    Kane Williamson is one of the players initially ruled out of the World Cup but has miraculously made a comeback. It was in the first game of IPL 2023 that the injury happened. While fielding on the boundary, Kane Williamson slid and hurt his knee. Knee issues have not been new for the Kiwi. On camera, the injury looked bad and a few media articles also said that he would be out for the World Cup. The suspense was there until recently. However, the Kiwis, on announcing the squad, have revealed that Kane will play in the World Cup and he will also captain the side. Many expected him to be one of the major absentees from the tournament. However, his comeback will make the World Cup further interesting.

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