IPL 2020: Ambati Rayudu Will Miss One More Game At Worst, Says Chennai Super Kings CEO
IPL 2020: Chennai Super Kings CEO Kasi Viswanathan said there is "nothing to worry about" Ambati Rayudu's hamstring injury that he sustained during CSK's IPL 2020 opener.
CSK CEO: "Nothing to worry about" Ambati Rayudu's hamstring injury
Rayudu suffered a hamstring injury during CSK's IPL opener against Mumbai
CSK beat Mumbai Indians by 5 wickets in the IPL 2020 opener in Abu Dhabi
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper MS Dhoni badly missed the star player Ambati Rayudu during their second game against Rajasthan Royals at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Tuesday due to the latter's hamstring injury. But the batsman has been recovering well and will miss at most one more game. Speaking to ANI, CSK CEO Kasi Viswanathan said that there was no reason to worry as the batsman is recovering well and will need at most one more game to be back in the playing XI. "Nothing to worry about. He has the hamstring injury, but will at worst miss one more game. But you never know, he might be fit in time for that game," he said.
CSK will take on Delhi Capitals in their next game at the Dubai Cricket Stadium on Friday.
In fact, they have a gap before playing their fourth game of the season on October 2 against SunRisers Hyderabad in Dubai.
Rayudu played an integral part in CSK winning the opening game of the season against Mumbai Indians (MI) at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.
He hit a fluent 71 and put on a match-winning partnership with Faf du Plessis – something they missed in their second game on Tuesday night against Rajasthan Royals.
Speaking after the opening match heroics against MI, Rayudu had said: "We were training in lockdown, we were really eager and as we get older, we need to train so we were training."
"The pitch was good, once the dew came on, the pitch quickened a bit, it was doing a bit with the new ball. We practiced in Chennai, it really helped and we then practiced in Dubai, so I was feeling good," he added.