Cricket legend Geoffrey Boycott recovering from bypass heart surgery
Former England legendary cricketer Geoffrey Boycott, who underwent a quadruple heart bypass surgery, is currently recovering at his home.
The 77-year-old commentator had the procedure in Leeds on June 27.
His daughter Emma Boycott told that post his operation, he Boycott spent 10 days in critical care.
She took to her father's Twitter account to give an update on his health.
Boycott spent 10 days in hospital post heart-surgery
Boycott eyeing return to commentary
Boycott, who plans to get back to commentating midway through the England versus India Test series next month, has been replying to well wishers on Twitter through his daughter.
Boycott has been a renowned commentator and radio personality since many years now.
The 77-year-old will be hoping to recover as quickly as possible and get back to what he does best.
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A look at Boycott's career
Boycott was a celebrated Test cricketer for England and racked up 22 centuries during a 16-year long career. He scored 8,114 runs in 108 Tests. He made his debut in 1964, before calling it a day in 1982. He also played 36 ODIs.
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