KKR Suffered Big Blow Before IPL 2020, Fast Bowler Out Of Tournament

• Before IPL 2020, Kolkata Knight Riders’ team suffered a big setback. The team’s fast bowler Harry Garni will not be able to play in IPL this time.

Kolkata Knight Riders have suffered two major setbacks before the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Former veteran spinner Praveen Tambe was found unfit for the IPL and now a fast bowler from the team will not be seen playing this season. England’s left arm pacer Harry Garny has been ruled out of many tournaments including the IPL due to injury. Last year, he played 8 IPL matches for KKR.

Nottinghamshire fast bowler Harry Gurney will also miss the 2020 T20 Blast League. He has been ruled out of the IPL and the tournament due to a shoulder injury. Harry Gurney, who plays for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL, is going to undergo an operation next month. For the last few months, he had a shoulder injury that he could not recover from. In such a situation, he will have to undergo a surgery and he will not be able to play cricket during this time.

Left-arm fast bowler Harry Gurney has informed ESPN Cricinfo that he will not travel to the UAE to join KKR for this season’s IPL. The IPL is scheduled to be held in the UAE from 19 September to 10 November. In a statement to the Nottinghamshire website, he has said, “After waiting for the cricket to be restored and going through all the frustrations this year, I will now miss the T20 blast as well.”

He has said, “The greatest moments of my career have been with Nottingham. The competition to win the trophy with my fellow players on the field at Trent Bridge cannot be compared to anyone. It is hard to get away from cricket for a year.” . I have a lot of confidence in the players on their ability to go deep into the tournament. I’m sure of them, and will always be there whenever I need advice or tactical input. “