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Suryakumar Yadav has ruled out of the rest of IPL 2022

Due to a left forearm muscle injury, Yadav has ruled out of the rest of IPL 2022

Mumbai Indians batter Suryakumar Yadav who had to withdraw from IPL 2022 on Monday due to injury, has assured his fans that he “will be back in no time” with their support and blessings…

The announcement was a disappointment for the Mumbai Indians, who hoping to finish the campaign on a strong note after formally eliminated from the playoff race.

The injury occurred during Mumbai’s exciting five-run win over Gujarat Titans at the Brabourne Stadium on May 6, according to the tournament’s advisory. Yadav was one of four players retained by the five-time IPL champions ahead of the Mega Auction in 2022.

Yadav was upbeat about his return on Monday, thanking his supporters for their well wishes and encouragement.

“With all your wishes and support, I will be back in no time,” Suryakumar Yadav said in a tweet on Monday.

“To my Mumbai Indians family, I will be cheering for you from the other side, this time. Let’s finish the tournament on a high note. And display our true character on the field,” he wrote in the tweet. Mumbai Indians defeated by Kolkata Knight Riders by 52 runs, despite his support from outside the bio-bubble.(Player News)

One of Mumbai’s few bright spots

One of Yadav’s three fifties was a 39-ball 51. That helped Mumbai win their first match of the season against Rajasthan Royals at DY Patil Stadium.

He had missed Mumbai’s first two matches against Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals. Owing to a hairline fracture he got while fielding in India’s home T20I series against West Indies in Kolkata in February.

Yadav, known to his fans as SKY, spent almost three weeks at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) rehabilitating. And recovering from the hairline fracture before joining the Mumbai team in the IPL 2022.

Yadav, 31, was one of Mumbai’s few bright spots in an otherwise disappointing season. After scoring 303 runs in eight matches at an average of 43.29. And a strike rate of 145.67, including three half-centuries.

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