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‘Injuries are never fun…’: Suryakumar Yadav shares a video of him walking with a crutch – Times of India

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NEW DELHI: India’s top-ranked T20I batter, Suryakumar Yadav, shared a video update on his injury, leaving fans concerned about his availability for the upcoming three-match T20I series against Afghanistan, starting from January 11.
In a recent Instagram post, Suryakumar is seen walking with the aid of a crutch, wearing a brace on his foot.
Despite the setback, the cricketer maintained a positive outlook, stating, “On a slightly serious note, injuries are never fun, but I’ll take it in my stride and promise to be back, fully fit, in no time! Till then, hope you all are enjoying the holiday season and finding little joys, every day.”

The injury comes at a crucial time, especially considering Suryakumar’s outstanding performance in the recent T20I series against South Africa.In that series, he was named the ‘Player of the Series’ for his exceptional batting display, amassing 156 runs in two matches, including a century and a fifty.
However, with no official word on his status for the upcoming Afghanistan series, uncertainty looms over Suryakumar’s participation.
In 18 T20Is this year, the right-handed batsman has showcased remarkable form, accumulating 733 runs at an impressive average of 48.86 and a striking strike rate of 155.95. His notable achievements include two centuries and five fifties during the year.

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Over the course of 60 T20Is in his career, Suryakumar has accumulated a total of 2,141 runs at an impressive average of 45.55 and a staggering strike rate of over 171. His exceptional record includes four centuries and 17 fifties, with his highest score being 117.
(With inputs from ANI)



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