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The second blow to Mumbai Indians

The second blow to Mumbai Indians

The second blow to Mumbai Indians: Australian fast bowler Jhye Richardson out of IPL after Bumrah

Mumbai Indians fast, bowler, Jhye Richardson has also been ruled out of the Indian Premier League (IPL) due to injury. Richardson will take time to recover from surgery on a hamstring injury, which will rule him out of the entire IPL. Also, there is every possibility of him being out of the Ashes series. Richardson was bought by Mumbai for Rs 1.50 crore.

Mumbai Indians star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah was already out of IPL 2023. He also had a complaint of back stress injury. For this reason, he will not play this season of IPL.

Injured in BBL
This injury happened to Richardson during the Big Bash League ie BBL. Richardson gave this information via Twitter. Richardson wrote on his official Twitter, Injuries are part of cricket, it is true, but also disappointing. Absolutely! But right now I’m in a position where I can get back to doing what I love and work harder to be a better player than before. One step back but two steps forward. So let’s do it.

Richardson is out of the ODI series against India

Australia fast bowler Jhye Richardson has been ruled out of the three ODI series against India starting March 17. He has suffered a hamstring injury. Medium fast bowler Nathan Ellis has been included in the team in place of 26-year-old Richardson. Ellis has played 3 ODIs for Australia.

Richardson’s old relationship with injury

Richardson and injury go hand in hand. Richardson was ruled out of the ODI World Cup and the Ashes in 2019 due to shoulder surgery. He made a great comeback in December 2021 against England in Adelaide by taking five wickets in the first innings. It was his first Test since a shoulder injury, but a heel injury ruled him out of the next match and he hasn’t played Test cricket since. He played T20 International and ODI series on the tour of Sri Lanka in June 2022. But after that, he is walking out due to minor injuries.