'Just hang in there for another two to three weeks. See how you feel. Be with the physio, sort it out with him, wait for two-three weeks, and then we’ll see how it goes,' MS Dhoni told Nehra when the pacer was contemplating retirement.
Dhoni's comeback and retirement has been a matter of intense speculation. His much-awaited comeback is expected to be with Chennai Super Kings at the upcoming IPL, set to be held in the UAE from 19 September.
Irfan Pathan says fast bowlers need to 'forget about reverse swing' until COVID-19 restrictions ease up
The ICC banned the use of saliva to shine the ball due to the threat of COVID-19 infection.
Virat Kohli-led India still have a long way to go before earning comparisons with Australia of 1990s, 2000s, says Ashish Nehra
Virat Kohli's Indian team still has a long way to go before it is spoken of in the same breath as Australia of 2000s, feels former India pacer Ashish Nehra.
Virat Kohli calling ODIs irrelevant in T20 World Cup year is 'wrong', feels former India pacer Ashish Nehra
Nehra, who was part of India's 2011 world cup winning team, added that the current Indian team was 'chopping and changing too much'
There has been widespread speculations that the use of saliva and sweat to shine the ball will be stopped to cut down the risk of spreading the highly contagious coronavirus when cricket restarts.
Saliva and sweat are components that cannot be entirely done away with, insist a few distinguished India cricketers, as the ICC contemplates legalising ball tampering post COVID-19 by using artificial substances to prevent virus spread.
With everything on hold, it's time to look back, time to reflect, time to ponder, time to wonder. So Firstpost presents you with IPL Dream XI.
"If things go back to normal around the world by October, we'll have a 100 percent clearance," Nehra reckoned.
Ashish Nehra feels prolonged break will pose massive challenge for fast bowlers to attain full fitness
A batsman can do with yoga and weight training but for the merchants of speed, former India pacer Ashish Nehra feels the absence of running for a prolonged period could come in their way of fitness.
Nine years on from the historic day at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium: Rank your favourite India moment from World Cup 2011
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Kapil Dev feels Jasprit Bumrah's bowling action is not technically sound and hence he is vulnerable to injuries while his compatriot Bhuvneshwar Kumar will last longer.
Jasprit Bumrah has been ruled out for a minimum period of two months starting from the South Africa Test series till the end of Bangladesh series, his first major injury break in his three and half year international career.
Jasprit Bumrah's stress fracture unrelated to his bowling action, will comeback stronger, says Ashish Nehra
Bumrah was recently ruled out of both South Africa and Bangladesh series owing to a stress fracture on his lower back, with a recovery time period of two months due to early detection.
IPL: Simon Katich replaces Gary Kirsten as RCB head coach, Mike Hesson appointed Director of Cricket Operations
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He's the captain of the captains. Virat feels confident when Dhoni is behind the stumps, said Suresh Raina
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"Umesh is short on confidence, especially because of the way he has performed in the last 4-5 months. He hasn't been playing for India. He is not a part of the World Cup, he is not even in standby," Nehra said.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Navdeep Saini can make international debut at the quadrennial event, feels Ashish Nehra
"He (Saini) has got pace and bounce and the most important thing is he's confident right now especially in this format because it's really quick," RCB's bowling coach Ashish Nehra said ahead of their match against Kolkata Knight Riders.
IPL 2019, RR vs RCB: 'Need to win small moments,' says bowling coach Ashish Nehra as Bangalore rue dropped catches
"If you keep winning small moments then only you will win matches. The only problem for us is that we are running out of time as there are only 14 games," Nehra said after the match.