Deepak Chahar of the CSK will miss half of the IPL 2022 season due to an injury due to a right quadriceps injury sustain during the third and final T20 match against West Indies in Kolkata.
Deepak Chahar of the CSK will miss the first half of the upcoming IPL due to a right quadriceps injury. Sustain during the third and final T20 match against the West Indies in Kolkata. According to BCCI sources, Chahar will be out for at least eight weeks. “Chahar is out for at least eight weeks, which means he will miss half of IPL 2022.” A BCCI source told PTI. The IPL 2022 begins on March 26, and CSK is still awaiting a final report from the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru, where the pacer is recovering.
Chahar purchase by CSK for a whopping Rs 14 crore, the second most expensive purchase in this year’s IPL auction.
The 29-year-old sustain a right quadriceps injury while playing in the final T20 against the West Indies in Kolkata on February 20 and was subsequently ruled out of India’s three-match T20 series against Sri Lanka, which India won 3-0.
Chahar has taken 10 and 26 wickets in seven ODIs and 20 T20 matches in his short international career.
Coming down the order, Chahar has also made significant contributions for India. Hitting two fifties in ODIs, with his highest score being 69 not out.
The IPL 2022 will be held in the country from March 26 to May 29.