BS Chandrasekhar Stable, To Be Shifted Out Of ICU
Former India leg-spinner BS Chandrasekhar, who was admitted to hospital on Monday after complaining of fatigue and slurred speech, is stable. "He is stable and likely to be shifted from Intensive Care
Former India leg-spinner BS Chandrasekhar, who was admitted to hospital on Monday after complaining of fatigue and slurred speech, is stable.
"He is stable and likely to be shifted from Intensive Care Unit (ICU) to ward shortly," said a spokesperson of Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA).
The former leg-spinner was admitted to a private hospital.
Earlier, his wife had said that he was recovering.
"Chandra is recovering very well, and he will be back home in two days," his wife Sandhya Chandrasekhar Bhagwath stated in a release to the media.
She added that Chandrasekhar was fine and was watching the Australia-India Test match when he suddenly complained of fatigue and slurring in speech. "So we took him to the hospital," she said.
According to her, the 75-year-old complained of "tiredness and fatigue" on Friday evening and his speech became a "little bit slurred".
"There is no problem. It's not a life-threatening thing. Please convey to fans that Chandra is very much stable. He has very strong willpower," Sandhya said.
The former India leg-spinner, who made his debut for India in January 1961, scalped 242 wickets in 58 Test matches he played. He picked 16 five-wicket hauls during his 15-year-old long career. He played his last Test in 1979.
The former cricketer also played an ODI match against New Zealand. He picked three wickets and gave 36 runs in that game.