Sports Desk , Edited By: Roshni Singh , Updated on: 07 Dec 2022, 05:18:41 PM
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IPL 2023: Preparations for the Indian Premier League 2023 have started. Mini auction for the next season of IPL is to be held in Kochi on 23rd December. Every player dreams of playing in the world’s biggest cricket league IPL. Players from all over the world participate in this tournament and spread their fire. But there are two Indian players who have decided not to play IPL anymore.
According to Inside Sports, Indian team players Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari have decided not to play IPL anymore. Please tell that both the players have not played IPL for many years. Even in the mega auction of IPL 2022, no team showed interest in them and both the players went unsold.
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Cheteshwar Pujara played his last IPL in the year 2014. Pujara also plays Test matches in Team India. He has not played any T20 match for many years. Pujara is considered an excellent Test batsman. Talking about Pujara’s IPL career, he has scored 390 runs in 30 matches at a strike rate of 99.74.
Hanuma Vihari has also not played any IPL match for the last few years. He played his last match of IPL in the year 2019. Talking about Hanuma Vihari’s IPL career, he has scored 284 runs in 24 matches at a strike rate of just 88.47. Seeing the performance of these two players in T20, no team wants to take risk. That’s why both these players have decided not to play in IPL.
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First Published : 07 Dec 2022, 05:18:41 PM
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