‘I’ll be back in no time’: Suryakumar Yadav tells his fans | Cricket News

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MUMBAI: Suryakumar Yadav, the Mumbai Indians striker who had to withdraw from IPL 2022 on Monday due to injury, has told his fans that with their support and blessing, he “will be back in a no time”.
Yadav has been ruled out of the rest of IPL 2022 due to a left forearm muscle injury. The news came as a blow to the Mumbai Indians, who were looking to end the tournament on a high after being officially knocked out of the playoff race.
According to the advisory issued by the tournament, Yadav suffered the injury in Mumbai’s thrilling five-point win over Gujarat Titans at Brabourne Stadium on May 6. Yadav was one of four players retained by the five-time IPL Champions ahead of the 2022 IPL Mega Auction.
But Yadav on Monday was optimistic about his return and thanked his fans for their well wishes and support.
“With all your wishes and support, I’ll be back in no time,” Suryakumar Yadav said in a tweet on Monday.

“To my family of Mumbai Indians, I will cheer you on from the other side this time. Let’s end the tournament on a high and show our true character on the pitch,” he wrote in the tweet. His support from outside the bio-bubble didn’t help much as Mumbai Indians were beaten by Kolkata Knight Riders by 52 points.
Yadav had missed Mumbai’s first two matches against Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals due to his recovery from a broken hairline he suffered while playing in the home T20I series of India against the West Indies in Kolkata in February this year.
Yadav, popular as SKY among his fans, had then attended the National Cricket Academy (NCA) for rehabilitation and recovery from the hairline fracture for over three weeks and then joined the Mumbai team at IPL 2022.
Yadav, 31, was one of Mumbai’s few bright spots in a forgettable campaign, being their second-best run-geter by scoring 303 runs in eight matches averaging 43.29 and striking rate 145, 67, including three half-centuries .
One of Yadav’s three-fifties was a 51-39 ball that led Mumbai to record their first win of the current season in a return match against Rajasthan Royals at DY Patil Stadium.



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