India opener Gautam Gambhir, who was hit on his wrist by a rising delivery during Australia's tour opener against Board President XI, did not came out to bat on Monday, opting to rest.
However, the doctor who attended on him said it is just a precautionary measure and there is nothing to worry about.
"It's only natural for him to rest today and not to aggravate things (in a practice game). He should be fit and fine soon," the doctor said.
Making a comeback after injury, the Board President's XI skipper got out on Sunday to a rising delivery from Australian speedster Ben Hilfenhaus during day 2 of the warm-up match in Chandigarh.
The southpaw was hit near the right hand wrist area making him shake his hand for a while before returning to the pavilion.
His hand wrapped in an ice pack, the Indian opener was rushed to the was taken to Government Multi-Specialty Hospital at Sector 16 and a senior orthopedician from Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) was summoned.
An MRI of his hand was also done, but luckily there was no injury, the doctor who accompanied Gambhir from the stadium to the hospital, had said.
Gambhir did not come out to field on Monday when the Aussies resumed their second innings.
Later, when Australia declared their second innings, Gambhir did not come out to bat as Ajinkaya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan opened the innings.
Ironically, Dhawan retired hurt after a speeding delivery from Hilfenhaus struck him close to his ear.
In another incident, Virender Sehwag was hit on his right knee and was immediately taken off after an Ishant Sharma delivery hit the batsman.
The incident had happened when the Indian Test squad members were practising at the PCA stadium at Mohali.