Jofra Archer Retires From International Cricket? The IPL 2023, which is slated to start in the latter week of March, has Mumbai Indians supporters crossing their fingers that England’s fast bowling phenom Jofra Archer will be totally fit and game-ready.
Archer’s career has been wrecked by injuries. Archer last represented England in competition in March of last year before being sidelined due to a back stress fracture. Before the back issue, he was dealing with an elbow injury that required two surgeries. Prior to Pakistan’s arrival, Archer made a comeback and bowled for the Lions against a test side in the United Arab Emirates.
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Despite being aware of his injury status and the knowledge that he will not be playing in the IPL 2022, Mumbai Indians bid INR 8 crore for him in the mega-auction for the IPL 2022. In an effort to guarantee their fast-bowling future and give their supporters the highly-anticipated fast-bowling tandem of Archer and Bumrah in the IPL 2023, they took this action.
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Notably, Archer missed a substantial amount of the 2021’s cricket season due to a persistent elbow ailment. He was unable to attend the IPL, which kept him from taking part in the 2022 edition of the Men’s T20 World Cup, which just concluded.
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Jofra Archer recently posted a cryptic tweet:
In the IPL mega auction last year, the Mumbai Indians signed Archer, and the team anticipates that the star bowler will be fully healthy for the IPL 2023. Fans were intrigued by Jofra Archer’s recent cryptic tweet, which she sent out. While the message’s context is unknown, fans think Jofta Archer is in danger.
“If I leave quietly I’m not coming back” Jofra Archer Tweeted.
If I leave quietly I’m not coming back
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) December 19, 2022
Meanwhile, after bowling in the UAE, Archer stated that returning to the Test team is his top priority, but he would not rush things “Obviously to get back to the first team is my number one priority but also getting back there as safely as possible,” he said as quoted by IndianExpress.
“I’d rather take these last few months very seriously, more serious than probably all of the rehab because once this phase goes right then it can set me up for the next three to four years injury-free.”
“I would love to play every game, but I don’t think the physio would let me. Our squad is strong enough that I can play all formats all year round,” Jofra Archer Added.
As part of his comeback, Archer will represent MI Cape Town in the first SA20 competition in South Africa in January. Then, most likely, he will participate in the ODI series in South Africa.