World Cup winner England fast bowler Jofra Archer described the time as a ‘bad phase’ when he was out of the game for two years due to back pain in his teens and doctors thought he might never play cricket. Will find
Archer was injured after making a place in the West Indies Under-19 team. He then settled in England in 2015. The fast bowler said in the Rajasthan Royals podcast, “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. ‘
Archer said, “So people don’t want to play bets on players who get a little older.” Archer, who was a super over in England’s World Cup victory last year, said he was disappointed when doctors asked him Said that he might not be able to play cricket further.
He said, “It felt as if I had lost my golden 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 it does not, then I will return to university and start walking on the other path of life. But fortunately, that’s what I wanted. ‘