From IPL 2020, these 7 players took back the name, one to one is haughty.
This is the first time in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL), when players are not playing this tournament. So far 7 players have decided not to play IPL, most of which have cited personal reasons behind not playing IPL. Perhaps for the first time such a large number of players decided not to play IPL. However, there are some players who have been ruled out due to injury.
Today we are going to tell you about the same players who will not play in IPL this time and who have recently withdrawn their name from a league like IPL. The latest player to distance from IPL 2020 is Harbhajan Singh, who was going to play IPL for Chennai Super Kings, but he will not play this time. Apart from these, there are many players who have broken ties with the league for at least this year, by rejecting the hefty amount of IPL.
Chris Woakes (Delhi Capitals)
Chris Woakes was scheduled to play IPL 2020 for Delhi Capitals from 19 September, but has decided not to play IPL for personal reasons. In such a situation, Delhi Capitals have to include South African bowler Enrique Norkhia in the team as their replacement.
Jason Roy (Delhi Capitals)
Delhi Capitals had a second setback as Jason Roy. England’s stormy opener Jason Roy was injured during practice in Manchester. Because of this, he withdrew his name from the league. Delhi capitals have replaced Australian all-rounder Daniel Symes in place of Roy.
Harry Garni (Kolkata Knight Riders)
England fast bowler Harry Garni was scheduled to land in IPL 2020 for Kolkata Knight Riders, but he will not play IPL this time. He has withdrawn his name from IPL due to a shoulder injury. KKR is yet to announce its replacement.
Suresh Raina (Chennai Super Kings)
Chennai Super Kings batsman Suresh Raina is the biggest name in the list of those who withdrew from IPL 2020. Suresh Raina, who was retained for this season of IPL for Rs 11 crore, has left IPL for personal reasons and has returned to India from UAE. CSK has not announced its replacement.
Ken Richardson (Royal Challengers Bangalore)
Australian bowler Ken Richardson was bought by RCB for Rs 4 crore, but Richardson will not be able to play in IPL 2020. Richardson’s wife Nikki is about to become a mother. In such a situation, they want to see their first child born. RCB has replaced Richardson as his fellow spinner Adam Jampa.
Lasith Malinga (Mumbai Indians)
For years, Lasith Malinga, who played a major role in the bowling unit of Mumbai Indians for the last year, has also withdrawn his name from IPL 2020. Malinga has also distanced himself from the IPL citing personal reasons, while Mumbai has included James Pattinson as their replacement.
Harbhajan Singh (Chennai Super Kings)
When the CSK team left for the UAE, Harbhajan Singh said that he was in India to treat his mother now and that he would reach the UAE in the first week of September, but that did not happen and he cited personal reasons. Declined a deal of Rs 2 crore. CSK has not selected any player in his place yet.