Smriti Mandhana has announced that she will continue her campaign for the World Cup, which is a relief for India
As a consolation for India, opener Smriti Mandhana was released to continue playing at the ICC Women's World Cup after being hit in the head during the team's first pre-match against South Africa.
Mandhana was forced to resign injured after being hit in the head by bouncer Shabnim Ismail during his team's first preparatory match, which India won by two runs.
According to the ICC report, 25-year-old Mandhana was examined by a group doctor after the incident and was initially declared fit to continue, but after further consultation he left wounded one and a half times later.
The report further states that, according to the medical staff of the time, the left hand did not experience any symptoms of concussion, nor did it experience any delayed side effects of the incident.
The stylish batsman looked good when he scored the 20th half in his last ODI against New Zealand in the next 50-fold parade.
Mandhana has so far recorded 2,461 runs in 64 ODIs, including four centuries.
India is ready to play another game against the West Indies before the start of their World Cup campaign against Pakistan on March 6.
In a game against South Africa, India ranked at 244 in 9 for a century when Harmanpreet Kaur and Yastika Bhatia 58.
Luus and Laura Wolvaardt made half a century for South Africa, but didn't get the team in line because left-handed Rajeshwari Gayakwad won 4 out of 46 out of 10 overs.