Sai Sudharsan returns to Surrey for County Championship | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Surrey County Cricket Club on Tuesday announced that Indian batsman Sai Sudharsan will be rejoining the team for the current County Championship season.
The 22-year-old previously played for Surrey last year, contributing 116 runs in two matches, which included a half-century. His performance helped the club secure its 22nd championship title.
Sudharsan, who hails from Chennai, had an impressive IPL 2024 campaign with Gujarat Titans, emerging as the team’s leading run-scorer.He amassed a total of 527 runs in just 12 matches, scoring a century and two half-centuries in the process.

The young talent made his ODI debut for India against South Africa in the previous year, showcasing his potential by scoring 127 runs in three matches, including two fifties.
In his First-Class career, Sudharsan has accumulated 1,118 runs across 29 innings, demonstrating his consistency and skill at the domestic level.
“I’m so excited to represent Surrey again. I loved my time with the group last year and want to do my best to help the club achieve more success,” PTI quoted Sudharsan as saying in a statement.
“The Kia Oval is an incredible place to play cricket, and I can’t wait to get back out there wearing the Three Feathers.”
Surrey’s Director of Men’s Cricket, Alec Stewart, added, “We saw how good a player Sai is last year, and we’re pleased to welcome him back into the group, where he fitted in perfectly.”
Surrey sit at the top of the South Division standings. Sudharsan’s inaugural match of the campaign will take place on home turf against Essex this Sunday.

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