SRH’s Washington Sundar ruled out of remainder of IPL 2023 due to hamstring injury. The Tamil Nadu player had also faced injury during the last IPL, suffering split webbing in his bowling hand.
The Tamil Nadu player has split webbing in his bowling hand from an injury he had during the previous competition.
Washington Sundar, an all-rounder for Sunrisers Hyderabad, was on Thursday declared out for the remainder of this IPL owing to a hamstring injury, which was a major blow to the underdog group.
Sundar’s injury and impending absence from the rest of the IPL were disclosed by the team.
“Washington Sundar has been ruled out of the IPL 2023 due to a hamstring injury. Speedy recovery, Washi,” the franchise tweeted.
The 23-year-old all-around bowler has featured in seven games and taken three wickets at an average of 48.66 and an economy of 8.26. He scored 60 runs with the bat, with a 24 not out best score, an average of 15, and a strike rate of 100.
The Tamil Nadu player suffered split webbing in his bowling hand during the previous IPL, which was another ailment he had experienced.
In the current 10-team standings, SRH are mired in ninth place with two victories and five defeats from their first seven games.