Australian opening batsman David Warner has hinted that he could miss the rest of Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Indian Premier League matches after being dropped for the second time this season. Warner watches from his hotel room in Dubai as Hyderabad defeated Rajasthan Royals by seven wickets on Monday. The Englishman Jason Roy penetrated his place and hit an impressive 60-ball from 60 ball. TV experts speculated that Warner’s season could be led in the Kane Williamson team and Warner, 34, fueled the conversation with his response to a fan who spurred him on. Instagram to rest before returning.
“Unfortunately it will not be again, but please keep going,” Warner replied.
Hyderabad coach Trevor Bayliss spoke at the post-match press conference.
“We can not reach the final, so we made a decision that we not only decided the matches, but also time on the ground, around the match, and for this match,” Bayliss said. .
“He was not the only experienced player we left in the hotel.” Kedar Jadhav and Shahbaz Nadeem also missed the match.
‘We have to sit down within a day or two and pick a team and pick a group of 18. It’s just like that.
The Australian left-hander, who did nothing and two when his team lost the first two matches of the resumed Twenty20 tournament in the United Arab Emirates, lost the captaincy in the first half of the IPL and then also dropped.
Bayliss said the team has yet to discuss Warner’s future, as the auction for the 2022 season will only be held in December.
“The decisions will be taken further,” the coach said.
“He has been a major contributor to Hyderabad for a number of years. He is highly respected with the amount of runs he has scored. I am sure he has scored many more runs in the IPL.”
Warner led Hyderabad to their only IPL title in 2016 and scored more than 4,000 runs for the team now in the bottom eight and needed a miracle to reach the play-offs.
Roy, meanwhile, led the Hyderabad chase completed by Williamson’s unbeaten 51 to give the team only their second win of the season.
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