A few other cricket players attempted singing, including Shreyas Iyer. It came to be…
Shreyas Iyer, an Indian hitter, is one of the most productive players right now. The 28-year-old, who made his debut for Team India in 2017, has played in 42 ODIs, 49 T20Is, and 10 Tests while amassing 3,340 runs. Iyer has been sidelined since March owing to an ailment. Iyer has a gift that has yet to be recognised in addition to his brilliance with the bat. Iyer’s singing abilities were on display, and the IPL team Lucknow Super Giants also apologised.
LSG shared a video of Iyer embracing the trending Instagram hashtag “Saiyaan” on Twitter. Hardik Tamore, Suryansh Shedge, and Aman Khan of the Mumbai Indians and the LSG all joined him in this trend.
Shreyas chose to have back surgery in April to treat his chronic lower-back pain. His lower back’s protruding disc caused him continual discomfort. The Border-Gavaskar Trophy’s final Test, which was scheduled to be played in March at Ahmedabad, had to be postponed as a result. The following month, in May, he had surgery in London.
He received advice to relax, and his rehabilitation is still ongoing. Prior to the recently finished Border-Gavaskar Trophy, the injury had already kept him out of the final Test match against Australia as well as the ODI series.