Harbhajan Singh quits IPL 2020

Chennai Super Kings right-arm off spinner Harbhajan Singh has pulled out of IPL 2020 due to personal reasons.

Harbhajan Singh

This year’s edition of Indian Premier League is around the corner now with only few days left for the tournament. The tournament faced a mandatory postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic situation across globe.

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Now with all the precautions and guidelines from health sector, the tournament is ready to be hosted in the United Arab Emirates. Ahead of the league, all the franchises have arrived in UAE and started their training sessions except Chennai Super Kings.

Things are not good for Chennai Super Kings in the United Arab Emirates. Already the franchise is facing problems with the contamination of coronavirus within the team members. Following that their iconic player Suresh Raina also pulled out of the tournament with personal concerns.

Now only they got some good piece of news as all the players are tested negative for the virus in the latest test reports. With the test reports, the players are expected to start the training sessions too except the two fast bowlers who were affected by the virus.

Meanwhile Chennai Super Kings are stuck with another blow ahead of the tournament.  Their right-arm off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has withdrawn from the tournament, citing personal reasons. On Friday, the off-spinner confirmed his decision to the franchise.

Harbhajan Singh is the second player after Suresh Raina to pull off from the league. Both players are unavailable for the tournament due to their personal reasons. In fact, Harbhajan Singh wasn’t with the initial team members who travelled to UAE from Chennai.

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