Players Withdraw from IPL 2023: As the 2023 edition of the IPL approaches, several players have already withdrawn from the tournament for various reasons, including injury, personal reasons, and international commitments. This list of players who have withdrawn from IPL 2023 is causing concern among fans and team management alike, as it could potentially impact team compositions and performance.
As we saw BCCI completed the IPL 2023 Auction of season 16 and England Team’s all-rounder Sam Curran become the most expensive player of the IPL after auction.
Now the 16th edition of IPL will play in “Home and Away Format”.where 10 teams will participate in the tournament, According to the latest Updated IPL 2023 Schedule Chennai Super King will lock horns with Gujarat Titans in the first match of IPL season 16 on March 31st.
List of Players Withdraw from IPL 2023
The IPL 2023 tournament features a total of 70 league matches, including 18 double headers, with each team playing 7 home and 7 away matches. However, the upcoming tournament has already seen some players opting out due to various reasons. This list of players, along with the reasons behind their decision, will be regularly updated, so stay tuned for further updates.
|Jasprit Bumrah||Mumbai Indians||Back Issue||Sandeep Warrior|
|Rishabh Pant||Delhi Capitals||Car Crash||Abhishek Porel|
|Kyle Jamieson||Chennai Super Kings||Back Injury||Sisanda Magala|
|Jhye Richardson||Mumbai Indians||surgery for a hamstring problem||Yet To Announce|
|Will Jacks||RCB||Muscle Injury||Michael Bracewell|
|Prasidh Krishna||Rajasthan Royals||Back Injury||Sandeep Sharma|
|Jonny Bairstow||Punjab Kings||Leg Injury||Matthew Short|
|Mukesh Choudhary||Chennai Super Kings||Back Injury||Akash Singh|
|Kane Williamson||Gujarat Titans||Knee Injury||Yet To Announce|
|Rajat Patidar||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Achilles Heel injury||Yet To Announce|
CSK acquired Kyle Jamieson for INR 1 crore in the IPL 2023 Auction to fill their last overseas spot and complete their squad. However, Jamieson will not be able to participate in the tournament due to a planned surgery that requires a minimum of 4 months of recovery time.
No specific timeline has been put on 27-year-old Jamieson’s recovery. Blackcaps head coach Gary Stead hoped the operation and necessary rehabilitation would serve him well in the long term.
Prasidh Krishna, who was bought by the Rajasthan Royals for INR 10 crore in the IPL 2022 Mega auction and retained ahead of the next season, will miss IPL 2023 due to an injury. It also puts him in considerable doubt for the 50-over World Cup at home this October-November
Prasidh Krishna has been undergoing rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru since his back injury last September. Initially, he was working towards a full recovery in time for the Ranji Trophy knockouts in January-February. However, the injury has not healed sufficiently, and as a result, the NCA and Rajasthan Royals’ medical staff, who have been closely coordinating, have recommended surgery.
Krishna’s impressive performances prior to his injury had caught the attention of national selectors, who saw him as a potential game-changer in the middle overs of ODIs, thanks to his height, pace, and hard lengths. This was also a significant factor in the Royals’ decision to spend INR 10 crore (approximately USD 1.3 million at the time) to acquire him, making him the third-costliest signing among fast bowlers ahead of the 2022 IPL season.
Jhye Richardson is a talented Australian fast bowler known for his impressive pace and ability to swing the ball. He was recently bought by the Mumbai Indians in the IPL auction for his base price of INR 1.50 crores, despite concerns over his fitness.
Richardson has been struggling with hamstring issues for some time now, and has been forced to miss several matches due to injury. He was also ruled out of the ODI series against India due to his fitness issues.
Despite these concerns, Richardson is still highly regarded as a fast bowler and has a good track record in T20 cricket. In the last season of the IPL, he played for the Punjab Kings and managed to take three wickets in three matches.
Will Jacks was indeed bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for INR 3.20 crores in the IPL 2023 Auction, but unfortunately, he has had to withdraw from the tournament due to a muscle injury that he sustained while fielding in England’s recent victory over Bangladesh in their second ODI in Mirpur.
Jacks had a breakthrough winter with England, earning caps in all three international formats and impressing with his performances. He was expected to bring a dynamic skill set to the RCB squad and potentially provide cover for Glenn Maxwell in the middle order. However, his injury has ruled him out of the tournament, making him the fourth player to withdraw from the IPL 2023.
While it is unfortunate for Jacks and RCB, the team will have to look for other options to fill the void left by his absence. The IPL is a long tournament and injuries are a common occurrence, so RCB will have to ensure they have a strong and deep squad to cope with any such setbacks.
Unfortunately, KKR’s captain, Shreyas Iyer, will not be able to participate in the upcoming IPL 2023 and the World Test Championship 2021-23 final due to a persistent back injury. Despite being signed for a whopping Rs 12.25 crore in the previous year’s mega auction, Iyer’s recurring lower back issue has forced him to undergo surgery.
Initially, there were reports of Iyer missing the first few matches of the IPL 2023 due to his back injury, but now it appears that he will have to take a longer break, with a recovery period estimated to be at least four to five months. This is a significant blow to both KKR and the Indian team, as Iyer’s presence will surely be missed on the field.
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