England pacer Mark Wooden received’t be a part of the Indian Premier League (IPL) public sale as he has pulled out because of private causes.

The IPL administration knowledgeable the representatives of all of the eight franchises about Wooden’s resolution throughout a briefing in Chennai late on Wednesday.

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Just a few franchise bosses, who attended the briefing, confirmed to Sportstar that Wooden desires to spend extra time with the household and that’s why he has determined to present the cash-rich league a miss this yr. Wooden was rested for England’s first two Checks in opposition to India, however he has lately joined the squad forward of the 2 remaining Check matches.

A right-arm quick bowler, Wooden has performed 18 Checks, 53 ODIs and 11 T20Is. He had set himself a base value of Rs 2 crore this yr. In 2018, he was a part of Chennai Tremendous Kings and featured in a lone sport. Wooden’s exit means now a complete of 291 gamers – 164 Indians and 124 abroad – will go underneath the hammer on Thursday. There are three gamers from the affiliate nations.

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