England fast bowler Jofra Archer to make a return in T20 World Cup 2022 | Jofra Archer: The world’s deadliest bowler is returning after a year, will be seen in the T20 World Cup

Jofra Archer: England fast bowler Jofra Archer is considering a return to the ICC T20 World Cup to be held at the end of the year. The bowler said on Friday that he has fully recovered from the second elbow surgery. Archer, who was bought by five-time Indian Premier League (IPL) champions Mumbai Indians during the mega auction for Rs 8 crore, will not play for the franchise this season.

Archer is back

After missing the IPL 2022 season, he will return to the IPL for Mumbai Indians next year. Earlier, the world’s second-ranked T20 men’s team could take back its leading pace bowler for the next World Cup in Australia later this year, with Archer announcing that he will be playing his county side in England’s T20Is. Ready to return for Team Sussex.

were injured for a long time

The 27-year-old has undergone two surgeries in the last 12 months due to an elbow injury that has ruled him out of all international and franchise cricket. In his column for the Daily Mail, Archer said, ‘After my first operation last year, my right elbow was fractured. Yes, there have been two surgeries, but to be honest, I couldn’t have written a better return to cricket.

He further said, ‘After my return, I will have to work on my bowling a little. I haven’t bowled for a long time. I will try my best to focus on my game without thinking about injury, so that my self-confidence can increase. Archer has played 12 matches in T20 franchise cricket and England’s ODI team. At the same time, he has taken 42 wickets in his 24 Test innings with the red ball.

But England’s new Test captain Ben Stokes is finding it a bit difficult to recall Archer in the team as he wants to give Archer more time to recover and he wants Archer to play in all formats. Make yourself stronger before tackling the challenge.

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