Surrey sign Sai Sudharsan for final three Championship matches

Surrey sign Sai Sudharsan for final three Championship matches. Sudharsan has played eight first-class games so far, amassing 598 runs.

Surrey have recruited Sai Sudharsan, who shone in the 16th editions of the Indian Premier League. The Tamil Nadu Premier League. Notably, the 21-year-old has signed for the remaining three Championship games and will play an important role in the playing XI. As some of Surrey’s finest players are currently unavailable for selection.

Notably, Tom Latham is currently a member of England’s County team alongside Will Jacks and Sam Curran. However, Ollie Pope is out injured, and the team requires some stability; hence, the decision to put Sai into the lineup was made. Surprisingly, the Chennai-born cricketer has only played eight first-class games, totaling 598 runs. He has demonstrated his ability in the longest format of the game, averaging 42.71, but has to improve in foreign settings.

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Meanwhile, Alec Stewart has voiced his joy at Sudharsan’s arrival at Surrey

Stating that the youngster would contribute to Surrey’s batting strength and that the club is eager to welcome him into the fold.

“With a full schedule of international and domestic cricket around the world. I’m delighted to welcome Sai Sudharsan to our available squad of players. ” Sai strongly recommend to me by people I greatly respect, including two of the game’s greats who have seen and worked closely with him. ” Sai will add batting options for the final three games of the season. We look forward to welcoming him to the dressing room,” Stewart was cited by ESPNcricinfo as saying.

Sudharsan, in particular, will be available for Surrey’s forthcoming match against Worcestershire. They are presently top of Division I, with Essex in second place. As a result, the goal will be to maintain momentum and complete the task in the next three matches in order to win the renowned trophy.

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