Devon Conway IPL 2024 injury

Devon Conway to Miss IPL 2024 Season Due to Injury, Receives Treatment with Chennai Super Kings

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Star opener Devon Conway has been ruled out of the IPL 2024 season due to injury, dealing a blow to the defending champions, Chennai Super Kings. The New Zealand batsman, who played a pivotal role in Chennai’s title-winning campaign last year, scoring more than 500 runs and winning the man of the match award in the final against Gujarat, will be sorely missed.

Initially, there was hope that Conway would recover in time to join the squad for the latter part of the IPL series. However, it has now been confirmed that he will play no part in the tournament as he is yet to fully recover from his injury.

In Conway’s absence, English player Richard Gleeson has been signed by CSK for 50 lakhs to bolster their squad.

Despite not playing a single match for CSK this season, Conway remains an integral part of the team. The management has ensured that he receives the best possible treatment to aid his recovery. A photo shared by CSK management shows Conway undergoing treatment at the Chepauk Stadium.

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What’s remarkable is Conway’s decision to stay in India and continue his treatment with CSK rather than returning to New Zealand. New Zealand is currently engaged in a 5-match T20 series against Pakistan, aimed at preparing for the 2024 T20 World Cup. Conway’s decision to prioritize his recovery and stay with the CSK team reflects his commitment to both his franchise and his country.

CSK fans have been quick to praise the management for their support of Conway, highlighting the team’s spirit and camaraderie.

Despite Conway’s absence, CSK will be looking to get back to winning ways as they prepare to face Lucknow in their next match on April 23. With 4 wins and 3 losses in the 7 matches played so far, Chennai will be eager to secure a victory and strengthen their position in the tournament. The match will be held at their stronghold, the Chepauk Stadium.

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