Ben Stokes, England’s star all-rounder, was injured in the knee on the final day of their second Test against New Zealand. After seeing him struggle on the pitch, there was concern that English all-rounder Ben Stokes, who was purchased by MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings (CSK) for a whopping Rs. 16.25 crore, might not play in this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL).
Stokes, on the other hand, has put such rumours to rest and provided an important update on his fitness. During the postgame press conference following the conclusion of the second Test between England and New Zealand, Stokes announced his intention to play in the IPL 2023.
“I’ll be at the Indian Premier League. “Flem” is well aware of my physical circumstances (CSK coach Stephen Fleming). We’re now taking it week by week “What Stokes said in the post-game press conference.
After the Indian Premier League concludes, England and Australia will begin their legendary Ashes Test series in just a few days. Stokes stated that he would be fully fit for the Ashes within the next four months.
“I won’t lie and say it hasn’t been discouraging to realise I haven’t been performing to my full potential. I’ve been working hard with physios and doctors to get back to where I can perform my duties as I have for the past decade “Stokes declared victory.
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