Former CSK champion said – Decision to withdraw from IPL 2022 is right, reason behind


new Delhi. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) IPL 2022 (IPL 2022) lost the opening match. Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) Neither CSK have Deepak Chahar in the first match against (Deepak Chahar) And neither was Moeen Ali. CSK had to bear the loss of the absence of the champions players by losing the match. While Chahar is out of the team due to injury, Moin had reached India late due to visa-related issues.

At the same time, English all-rounder Sam Karen, who was the champion of CSK (Sam Curran) He is also not a part of this season of IPL and now he has justified his decision to withdraw from IPL 2022 auction. Sam Karen is recovering from a back injury. He said that he is recovering from the most serious injury of his career and it may have been too early for him to come back.

Disappointing to watch IPL from home
Talking to Cricinfo, he said that watching IPL from home is disappointing. Disappointed not to play. He said that he wanted to participate in the mega auction of IPL 2022, but in the end he did not do so, which was probably his right decision. Sam Karen, who was a part of CSK, said that looking back, it seems that the IPL might have been a bit hasty. Sam, 23, suffered a stress fracture in his lower back in the second leg of October last year.

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He said that he definitely wants to go back to the IPL at some stage, as he learns a lot about his T20 game there. Sam Karen is now eyeing a good run in Surrey’s County Championship opening match against Warwickshire at Edgbaston next week. He is also trying to earn his place in the team for the Test series against New Zealand in June and the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October.

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