After recovering from an injury, England fast bowler Joffra Archer returned to competitive cricket, saying he hopes to return to India this year if the deferred Indian Premier League (IPL) schedule returns. The 26-year-old cricketer suffered a serious injury to the elbow during his tour of England in England and was subsequently dismissed from the entire IPL. Archer recovered from injury and made his comeback to Sussex on Thursday in the County Championship game against Kent and took two wickets for 29 runs in 13 overs.
He told the Sussex Cricket YouTube Channel: ‘If I had gone to India (after recovering from an injury), I would have returned home soon. If the rest of the IPL matches this year, I hope to be able to go again. He said, ‘The decision not to go to India was difficult. This is a difficult task to address. When I went there, I didn’t know how many matches were being played. It was postponed indefinitely after coronavirus cases increased in the IPL Bio Bubble (Bio Safe).
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“My decision was supported by the Rajasthan Royals and England team,” the Rajasthan Royals player said. You want to develop a good relationship as I have built up with the (Rajasthan) Royals in the last three years. Archer, who played competitive cricket for the first time nearly a month and a half, dismissed Jack Crawley and Kent captain Bell Drummond and was instrumental in dismissing the opposing side for 145
Archer said, ‘My fitness is great. I think I bowled well. I played for a second grade team in Sussex last week and it was good to be confident and good for me. Archer had previously played the fifth T20 International between India and England on March 20. A piece of glass was stuck in his right hand, for which he had to undergo an operation. Veggie was injured at his home in January.
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