Harry Brook became emotional after withdrawing his name from IPL 2024, made a big revelation, said - I have taken this difficult decision...

IPL 2024: Harry Brook has withdrawn his name from IPL 2024. Harry Brook became very emotional while revealing the reason behind this. He said that this was a very difficult decision for him, which he had to take due to the demise of his grandmother.

Mar 14, 2024 - 10:10
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Harry Brook became emotional after withdrawing his name from IPL 2024, made a big revelation, said - I have taken this difficult decision...

There is only one week left for the start of IPL 2024, but Harry Brook has surprised everyone by suddenly withdrawing his name from the IPL. Delhi Capitals had bought this explosive batsman from England in mini auction by spending a huge amount of Rs 4 crore. Questions were being raised about his sudden withdrawal from IPL when Harry Brook himself came forward and revealed the reason. Brook told emotionally that it was very difficult for me to take this decision, but grandmother passed away in February. Now he wants to spend time with his family in this sad time.

Harry Brook was also picked for the India tour's five-match test series. Prior to the series, he took part in a team training camp that was held in the United Arab Emirates. However, he abandoned the team in the United Arab Emirates and went home, alleging personal reasons, withdrew his name shortly before the commencement of the just finished Test series.

Harry Brook finally broke his silence on the subject of IPL withdrawal, saying on Instagram, "I confirm my withdrawal from IPL 2024." I had a really hard time deciding whether or not to play in the IPL. I was thrilled to be chosen by Delhi Capitals and couldn't wait to get started. While I don't feel I need to share the personal reasons behind this decision, some people will ask why. That's why I'm sharing the reason.

Harry Brook told that he lost his grandmother only last month. She was like a rock to them and I spent a lot of my childhood in their house. My love for cricket was shaped by him and my late grandfather. Whenever I was at home, there was hardly a day when I did not see him. I'm glad she could see me play for England.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer