The five-time IPL champion Mumbai Indians can finally smile. Before the Begun of the crucial IPL 2023 auction in Kochi next month. Star Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah is expected to play again sometime in the coming year after Jofra Archer. The news could not have come at a better moment for the team captained by Rohit Sharma. The good news is that, after Jofra Archer, Jasprit Bumrah is now on track to gain full fitness ahead of IPL 2023
Since the Mumbai Indians signed young Jasprit Bumrah in 2013, he has been an essential part of the team. But his participation was in doubt in the IPL 2023 because, due to injury, he missed the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. The good news is that Bumrah has been healing well and is most likely to start performing again in the early months of 2023.
Jasprit Bumrah published a unique version of his recovery video on his social media accounts on Friday. The video for Bumrah’s recovery featured a song by the late Punjabi artist Sidhu Moose Wala.
“Never easy, but always worth it,” Jasprit Bumrah captioned his comeback video. The video shows the 28-year-old bowler jogging, stretching, and doing several workouts. However, the song by Punjabi musician Sidhu Moose Wala playing in the background caught everyone’s attention. Bumrah is trying to get in better shape as the song GAME by Sidhu Moose Wala, and Shooter Khalon plays in the background.
IPL 2023: Jofra Archer and Jasprit Bumrah will lead Mumbai Indians
Despite being aware of Jofra Archer’s unavailability, MI purchased him at the most recent auction to team him up deadly with Jasprit Bumrah.
The (ECB) sent the following statement to Cricbuzz: “He is now in the UAE and focusing on treatment. Archer is moving very well and is anticipated to return in the first half of 2023.
Mumbai Indians purchased the tall Barbados-born English bowler for Rs 8 Crore at the IPL 2021 auction. The 27-year-old was, however, still unable to play for the entire season since he was recovering from a stress fracture. The good news is that Archer has been healing nicely and will probably start fighting again around March next year.
It is great news for MI that Jasprit Bumrah is now on track to gain full fitness ahead of IPL 2023. Archer from one end and Bumrah from the other. I wish all the willow-wielders fighting them luck. Now, every MI supporter hopes Bumrah and Archer will fully recover in time for the IPL 2023. His speed is encouraging for the Wankhede Stadium, which will host the 16th IPL season in a home-and-away format.