Sunrisers Hyderabad fast bowler T Natarajan on Tuesday announced that he has undergone successful knee surgery. He pulled out of the ongoing edition of Indian Premier League due to a knee injury. Natarajan had played only two matches for the side this season. He shared a picture of himself post-surgery and thanked everyone for their well-wishes. He took to social media and wrote, “Today, I underwent knee surgery- and am grateful for the expertise, attention and kindness of the medical team, surgeons, doctors, nurses and staff. I’m grateful to @bcci and to all that have wished well for me.”
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Natarajan last appeared in a match for SRH against Kolkata Knight Riders in Chennai on April 11. After that the pacer had shared a video on SunRisers Hyderabad’s official Twitter handle stating, "I'm sad to miss the remaining games this season. Since I played well last season and went on to play for India, my expectations were high. Unfortunately, I have to undergo knee surgery and will miss this season. Thank you to the SRH family, support staff, and players. They supported and motivated me a lot. I'm going to miss the SRH family this season. I have no words to say right now. I wish SunRisers go out and win every game. Best wishes".
The franchise currently sits on the eighth position only win a single game from the five matches played so far. The David Warner-led side will play their next match against Chennai Super Kings on April 28 in Delhi.