Everyone is supporting Ravindra Jadeja as CSK captain

Chennai Super Kings(CSK), the defending champions, have lost four matches in a row to begin their IPL 2022 campaign. CSK, headed by Ravindra Jadeja, are preparing to face Royal Challengers Bangalore in their fifth match of the season on Tuesday (April 12) in Mumbai. However, the team has received some bad news about their star all-rounder Deepak Chahar.

The CSK pacer has been rehabilitating at the NCA in Bengaluru following a quadriceps ailment. He has yet to play his first game of IPL 2022. Chahar has now been diagnosed with a second injury at the NCA, a recurrence of an earlier back injury.

Deepak Chahar's back problems could mean the end of his chances of playing in the IPL 2022 season.

A reliable source stated that this injury is unknown to them. Chahar has been putting in a lot of effort to come back in shape and participate in the match again. But for the time being, he is inaccessible.

Chahar was a key member of CSK's title-winning season in the IPL 2021. Last season, he took 14 wickets in 15 matches.

Despite the squad's string of early losses, former Australian cricketer and current Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batting coach Michael Hussey said that everyone on the four-time IPL champions was behind new captain Ravindra Jadeja. They said that the squad was aiming for two more wins to help the all-rounder less stressed as captain.

In the current season of the competition, the IPL 2021 winners have lost all four games and are ranked 10th and last on the points table, with critics blaming the poor performance on a change in captaincy. Making Jadeja captain was a big adjustment, according to Hussey, but he said everyone was behind him as he strives to establish himself as a strong leader of the team.

He commented that MS Dhoni has obviously been the skipper for a long time and has done an outstanding job. But the best part is that he's still here to support Jadeja throughout his first year as captain. Hussey remarked that he knows that Jadeja and Dhoni are talking virtually every day with Stephen Fleming, the coach, about captaincy, strategies, and how leadership works, in order to help the shift as painless as possible.