Suryakumar Yadav will feature for the Mumbai Indians soon in the IPL 2024. He has been cleared by the National Cricket Academy, and he will accompany the group on Friday (April 5).

The No. 1 ranked T20I player last played serious cricket in December 2023, when he scored 100 in the third T20I against South Africa. Nonetheless, in that series, he experienced a grade 2 tear in his lower leg, for which he required a medical procedure.

Suryakumar later went through a medical procedure for sports hernia, which further postponed his re-visitation of cricket as he proceeded with his therapy at the NCA office in Bengaluru.

The 33-year-old will connect up with the group in their training meeting at the Wankhede Stadium as they get ready for their next home game against the Delhi Capitals, a midday match planned for April 7. The group’s board will accept his approach and his support in view of how he contributes to the net practices.

It hasn’t been an awesome start for the Mumbai Indians this season, having lost three matches on the run under new captain Hardik Pandya. Having experienced defeats against the Gujarat Titans and Sunrisers Hyderabad in home games, MI additionally lost their most memorable home game against the Rajasthan Royals recently.


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