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Ben Stokes decides not to play IPL finally

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CRICDOT DESK : The world’s best all-rounder Ben Stokes has reported this year’s Indians to deal with his workload and remain mentally fresh for the UK’s next home season, according to reports from the British media. Withdrew from the Premier League. Stokes recorded just 236 runs against Australia in England’s 04, hitting just four wickets and then an overwhelming ash. Many English stars, including former skipper David Gore, have already begun an annual critique of the cash-rich T20 League, so Stokes, who might have been able to bring back Bug backs, decided to move away.

“Stokes will be attending this year’s tournament. For the first time in this tournament, 10 teams will be attending, and before that there will be a mega auction that fills a lot of places,” reports Evening Standard in London.
“Stokes has entered a turbulent era in recent years, with his father Ged dying 13 months ago prior to a long 2021 pause to prioritize his sanity and repair a badly broken finger at IPL. “He wrote.

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Stokes was part of the Rajasthan Royals team during the 2021 edition, and during the first leg postponed, he broke his finger and was banished from the tournament. Stokes did not return when the tournament resumed in September after the interruption by COVID19.

“Sit-in means a significant financial sacrifice, but should give time for mental recovery between the Caribbean tour of England in March and the international summer in June,” the newspaper reported. ..

Of the coveted British players, only Moeen Ali (retired from the test) and Jos Buttler are held by the Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan franchises, respectively. ..

Last summer, the ECB allowed English players participating in the IPL to take part in early-season testing with New Zealand. According to many, there was a lot of criticism because the rotation policy influenced the composition of the team.

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