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Mumbai Indians Get A Major Suryakumar Yadav Boost Despite Their Unsuccessful IPL Season


Following a lengthy injury layoff, Suryakumar Yadav trained with the Mumbai Indians team and shown no signs of discomfort while unleashing his signature shots.

World number one T20 batter Suryakumar Yadav trained with the Mumbai Indians on Friday following a lengthy injury layoff, and he unleashed his signature shots without displaying any signs of discomfort, giving the team hope that he could play in their upcoming IPL match against the Delhi Capitals. Having lost their first three games, the five-time champion Mumbai Indians are mired at the bottom of the 10-team standings. If Suryakumar participates, the Hardik Pandya-led club will be hoping that his presence aids in the expected turnaround.The aggressive batter, 33, hasn’t played since January. In addition to recovering from surgery for a sports hernia, he was also recovering from an ankle injury he had incurred late in the previous year while on India’s tour to South Africa.

At the Wankhede Stadium, Suryakumar arrived early for the training session—more than an hour before his teammates did for the afternoon practice.

A few days after receiving the go-ahead to join the Mumbai Indians roster from the National Cricket Academy (NCA) personnel, Suryakumar strolled into one of the two nets and batted for more than an hour, not wanting to exert himself but to get his body in rhythm and get his strokes going.

Batting against MI spinner Kumar Kartikeya and throwdown specialists, the right-handed hitter sprayed strikes all over the field. In addition to practicing his signature flick shot over the fine-leg area, he hit the ball precisely how he desired, middling the majority of his strokes.

The team is returning from a brief vacation after traveling to Jamnagar after suffering its third consecutive setback in the ongoing competition, the most recent of which came on April 1 at the hands of the Rajasthan Royals by six wickets.

Australia’s David Warner, a batsman for the Delhi Capitals, was among several in the nearby nets who had a long hit. During their practise, Mohit Awasthi, a bowler for Mumbai and winner of the Ranji Trophy, was also observed bowling to the Delhi Capitals’ hitters.



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