One of the greatest test batsmen the world has ever seen, Geoffery Boycott, is positive to get back to the test commentary later this summer. At the age of 79 Boycott has undergone major heart surgery which left him in a Leeds hospital for 10 days.
Geoffery Boycott is one of the finest batsmen England has ever produced. He made his international debut for England against Australia in 1964. The family made Boycott’s health public in an announcement by his daughter, Emma Boycott.
Geoffery Boycott’s daughter confirms the status on Twitter
Emma Boycott, daughter of Geoffery Boycott, took to Twitter and posted the update over his father’s health and recovery. “My father, Geoffrey Boycott, had quadruple bypass open heart surgery on Wednesday, June 27. He spent 10 days in hospital in Leeds, with most of that time in the Cardiac Critical Care Unit.”, writes Emma Boycott.
Emma Boycott further adds that the operation was successful and his father will soon be commentating. “The surgeon says the operation was a success and has now allowed him home to recover from the invasive surgery. This will take some time so he will not be commentating at the start of the England vs India Test series but hopes to be back at work for the third Test at Nottingham”, further adds Emma Boycott.
Geoffery Boycott is also one of the best commentators for the game in cricket. His massive knowledge about the game and his ability to analyze the players, as well as the conditions, has made him one of the greatest commentators for the game of cricket. He along with former England legends like Ian Botham and David Gower have taken the level of commentatory to the next level.
Geoffery Boycott is also known for his witty responses in the commentatory box. His presence will surely make the cricket fans happy across the world who admire him for his knowledge and the ability to use language in proper English Gentleman way.
Here is the Tweet
— Geoffrey Boycott (@GeoffreyBoycott) July 10, 2018