India pacer Deepak Chahar is anticipated to be available for the IPL 2022 by April-mid. Chahar, who was bought for a whooping INR 14 crore in IPL 2022 Auction, got a quadricep tear during the recently finished series versus West Indies.
As per a report, Chahar will not undergo surgery and will be fit by mid-April to play for Chennai Super Kings.
Chahar went off the field following he pulled up a muscle on his right leg during the third T20I against West Indies. Until then, he had bowled magnificently to eradicate two Windies batters.
He was ruled of the Sri Lanka series and is now to miss a major part of this years’ IPL edition.
The pacer was the second most precious buy at the IPL auction this year following Ishan Kishan. He was trailed by Delhi Capitals and in the end was bagged by CSK for a massive amount.
He is currently undergoing an eight-week rehab at the NCA in Bengaluru. The report proposed that CSK wants Chahar to unite with their training camp as early as possible in Surat.
CSK will play their first match for this version against Kolkata Knight Riders at the Wankhede Stadium on March 26th.