IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings and their star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, who was recently ruled out of the remainder of the tournament owing to an injury, Kasi Viswanathan, CEO of the four-time champions team, stated that the Jadeja was released “on medical advice”.
CSK CEO Viswanathan shed light on the matter and informed that the reports were false saying that the senior pro ‘firmly remains in CSK’s scheme of things.’ “Social media, I absolutely do not follow anything. I have no knowledge of what is going on there. What I can tell you is that from the management side, there has been no problem and whatever is there on social media, I’m not aware. Jadeja firmly remains in the CSK’s scheme of things for the future, always,” Viswanathan told The Indian Express.
“Jaddu had an injury during the game against RCB and after that he didn’t play the game against Delhi Capitals. On medical advice, it has been decided that he cannot participate further in this IPL and he is heading back home. He has been released,” he added.
“Once you become captain, it means a lot of demands come in. But it affected his mind as the tasks grew. I think captaincy burdened his prep and performances,” Dhoni had said during a match presentation.