England opener and power hitter batsman Jason Roy pulled out his name from the IPL 2022 tournament over bio-bubble fatigue. Gujarat Titans had bought Jason Roy for 2 crore INR at IPL mega auction. As a result of bio-bubble fatigue, Roy will not participate in the 15th edition of the T20 league.
Jason Roy Option out his name from IPL 2022
This is the second time Jason Roy decided not to take part in the Indian premier league; the last time Delhi Capital bought Jason Roy in IPL 2020 at 1.5 crore, and he pulled out due to personal reasons.
Jason Roy is a classic powerhouse opener of England known for playing high-risk shots and master in massive power-hitting last IPL season he played for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the absence of David Warner.
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Gujarat Titans have to make new strategies as Jason Roy optioned out from IPL 2022 Gujarat Titans looking for new players to fill the opener spot.
Roy recently played some good knocks in the PSL Pakistan Super league and 303 runs in just 6 matches with an average of 50.55 and a strike rate of 170. He was the top performer of the PSL and the highest run-getter from Quetta Gladiators’ side.
Jason Roy was recently blessed with a 2nd baby boy in January 2022. If Roy were to be in the bubble throughout the IPL, he would probably need to be away from his family for more than 2 months.
However, this decision might create problems getting picked in the next IPL seasons because IPL franchises build teams with the strategies and pulling out from the tournament before 20 days of starting to make team management do extra work to look for new players and rebuild the strategies.
Jason Roy is the First player of IPL 2022 to pull out his name, although many players in the past have already optioned out their name from the tournament before and ongoing tournaments like Adam Zampa and Richardson pulled out their name from 2nd phase of IPL 2021.
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