New Delhi: In a significant blow to Chennai Tremendous Kings, veteran batsman Suresh Raina won’t be out there for the upcoming version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) slated to be performed within the UAE from September 19. The IPL franchise knowledgeable on Saturday morning that Raina has returned to India for “personal reasons”.
“Suresh Raina has returned to India for personal reasons and will be unavailable for the remainder of the IPL season,” CSK CEO Ok.S. Viswanathan was quoted as saying on the official Twitter deal with on the Chennai-based franchise. “Chennai Super Kings offers complete support to Suresh and his family during this time.”
Suresh Raina has returned to India for private causes and will likely be unavailable for the rest of the IPL season. Chennai Tremendous Kings presents full assist to Suresh and his household throughout this time.
— Chennai Tremendous Kings (@ChennaiIPL) August 29, 2020
The event comes a day after it was reported that 12 members of the CSK, together with gamers/teaching/assist workers, examined optimistic for Covid-19. Sources instructed IANS on Friday that the whole CSK crew had been quarantined after the event.
“A total of 12 members have been found infected and the entire team has been told to go under quarantine. It is learnt that they got infected during a camp in Chennai,” mentioned the sources. “Other teams have also requested the BCCI to issue a statement for the safety of the cricketers in the UAE.” CSK had landed in Dubai on August 21 and underwent the necessary six-day quarantine interval.
Raina lately introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket, brining an finish to a profession spanning 13 years wherein he represented India in 18 Checks, 226 ODIs and 78 T20Is.
The 33-year-old has to date performed 193 video games for CSK wherein he has accrued greater than 5,000 runs at a strike charge of above 137. In addition to, he has additionally picked 25 wickets.
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