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Jofra Archer remembers his worst phase, even the doctors had accepted defeat

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Jofra Archer remembers his worst phase, even the doctors had accepted defeat
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It has not been easy for England’s rising fast bowler Joffra Archer to make a place in the national team. Joffra has played in Under-19 cricket for the West Indies before England. After that he settled in England and then after playing in domestic cricket for almost five years, he got a place in the national team and played an important role in helping his team win the title in the World Cup held in England last year.

However, Joffra was injured after playing under-19 in the West Indies and stayed away from cricket for two years. It was tough for Jofra but he did not lose courage and recovered from the injury, he was able to make a strong return to the cricket field.

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However, Joffra described that time as his worst phase and he felt that he would never play cricket again.

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In a podcast of the Rajasthan Royals franchise of the Indian Premier League, Jofra said, “To be honest, it was a bad phase. I spent two years without cricket. ”

He said, “I was young and wanted to play. In such a situation, you want to take full advantage of your youth because if you are 20, 21 or even 25 years old and luck does not support then you are still waiting for the opportunity. ”

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Archer said, “So people don’t want to play bets on players who get a little older.” Archer, who made a super over in England’s World Cup win last year, said he was disappointed when doctors told him that he might not be able to play cricket further.

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He said, “It felt as if I had lost my best days. The doctors told me that if they do not see improvement, then I might not be able to play club cricket any further. I still remember that day. I was disappointed. ”

Archer said, “I rested and decided that if the pain subsided I would try again. If this is not the case, I will return to college and start walking the other way of life. But fortunately, that’s what I wanted. ”

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