IPL 2022 Injured Cricketers Deepak Chahar Ravindra Jadeja Suryakumar Yadav: The league matches of IPL 2022 are about to end. Gujarat Titans has become the first team to qualify for the playoffs. While the rest of the teams will reach the playoffs after the struggle. Many players have performed well in this season. At the same time, some players were also out due to injury. Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has recently been ruled out of this season due to injury. 5 Indian players including Jadeja have been injured during this season. This includes Suryakumar Yadav of Mumbai Indians.
Ravindra Jadeja (Chennai Super Kings)
Jadeja was retained by Chennai for Rs 16 crore for this season. Whereas in the last season he got Rs 7 crore. But Jadeja proved to be a flop this season. They couldn’t do anything special. He was injured in the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore on 4 May. Jadeja has a rib injury. So he is out of this season.
Deepak Chahar (Chennai Super Kings)
Deepak was bought by Chennai during the IPL auction 2022 for Rs 14 crore. But he could not play a single match due to injury. Chahar was injured during the series played against West Indies.
Suryakumar Yadav (Mumbai Indians)
Suryakumar is one of the finest batsmen of Mumbai. He has played some good innings this season. Mumbai retained him for Rs 8 crore. But he is currently out of the team due to injury. Suryakumar was injured in the match played against Gujarat Titans on 6 May.
Washington Sundar and T. Natarajan (Sunrisers Hyderabad)
Sundar was bought by Hyderabad for Rs 8.75 crore. While Natarajan was bought by the franchise for Rs 4 crore. But due to injury, both the players are currently running out of the team. Natarajan’s knee injury has emerged. Because of this they are not able to play. While Washington Sundar’s hand is hurt.
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