This star player withdrew from the first IPL auction, now he is missing a lot

new Delhi: Players from all over the world are desperate to play in IPL. The reason behind this is that players get both wealth and fame from this league. Especially foreign players are seen showing their flair in the IPL every year. But many veteran players decide to get out of this league. A similar decision was also taken by a veteran all-rounder of CSK. But now that player is regretting his own decision.

This player is regretting being out

England’s star all-rounder Sam Curran has said that he is disappointed to miss the Indian Premier League (IPL) this season but feels his decision to pull out of the auction was the right one. Curran said that it may have been too early for him to return as he is recovering from the most serious injury of his career. Although this player is also sorry to be out of IPL.

troubled sitting at home

Curran, who has played for Chennai Super Kings, told ESPNcricinfo, ‘I am disappointed that I am not playing. It is disappointing to watch it (IPL) sitting at home. He said, ‘I wanted to participate in the auction, but in the end I didn’t, which was probably the best decision. Looking back, IPL might have been a bit early. The 23-year-old left-arm medium pacer suffered a ‘stress fracture’ in his lower back during the second leg of the IPL in October last year.

Want to return to IPL

“I definitely want to go back to the IPL at some stage because you learn a lot about your T20 game there,” Curran said. This is a tournament where you only talk and learn about cricket. If you go to breakfast in the morning, you are sitting with the superstar and talking about the game.

He looks to do well in Surrey’s County Championship opening match against Warwickshire at Edgbaston next week, while focusing on securing a place in the squad for the Test series against New Zealand in June and the T20 World Cup in Australia in October. Would have felt

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