Jofra Archer, a pacer for England whose career has been hampered by injuries to his elbow and lower back, is looking forward to making his comeback in the year 2023.
“2022 I am grateful to you. I’m all set for 2023 “Archer made the announcement about his return via Twitter.
Despite having paid Rs 8 crore to acquire him, the Mumbai Indians were unable to use Archer due to an injury during the previous season. In the forthcoming season, the record five-time IPL champions may finally have hope of seeing their ideal pairing with India’s speed spearhead Jasprit Bumrah.
Additionally, MI has signed him up to play for their Cape Town franchise in the first season of the SAT20.
Since March of 2021, Archer has not participated in any international competition, despite the fact that he led England in terms of the number of one-day international wickets he took in 2019.
A fit-again In November, Archer was in Abu Dhabi training with the Test squad, and while he was there, he was spotted in action. During the first of his nine overs, he was also responsible for hitting Zak Crawley on the head with a vicious bouncer.
Following his participation in the inaugural SA20 tournament in January, Archer will next represent England in the One-Day International series against South Africa, which will get underway on January 27.
After that, he will participate in a limited-overs tour of Bangladesh, which will be followed by the Indian Premier League.