Chennai Super Kings batsman Suresh Riana in a recent interview hints about his return to the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020). The former Indian International suddenly left the CSK camp and returned to India due to some personal reasons. Later it was found out that his relatives were attacked by robbers at their house in Pathankot, Punjab. The attack led to the demise of his uncle and left other relatives injured.
Raina who was in UAE for the upcoming IPL Immediately returned to India and ensured he is there for his family in this difficult time.
Since Raina left, speculations were in the town that Raina might miss the whole IPL season and questions were also raised on a possible rift between him and Chennai Super Kings owner, N Srinivasan.
Lately, Raina has cleared some dust from his future plans and alludes about his possible return to the Indian Premier League and also dismantled charges of any rift between him and CSK owner.
When asked about the comment made by N Srinivasan on him for leaving the camp in between he said, “ He is like a father figure to me and is always by my side. He treats me like his younger son. Ek baap apne bacche ko daant sakta hai(A father can scold his son). He was not accustomed with the reason when he commented on the matter. After knowing the real season he texted me and ensured I am fine. All the things about CSK are taken care of and everything is fine between us.
Adding further Raina also spoke about his future plans with CSK and possible return to the IPL.
“I have been training here in India also. I might have retired from International cricket but i am looking forward to play 4-5 season for CSK. Mahi bhai and Chennai Super Kings are very important to me, they are like my second family. And who knows you might see me in the camp again”, he said.
Suresh Raina is undoubtably one of the main players of the squad. And his return to the squad will surely spike up the confidence of the team members.
By looking at Raina’s recent comment IPL fans are optimistic to see Raina again In yellow jersey.