File photo of Washington Sundar
Indian wagon Washington Sundar appears to have hacked his Twitter account on Monday. A series of tweets were posted on Sundar’s Twitter linking users to certain cryptocurrencies, leading fans to wonder if the player’s account had been hacked. This is not the first time that cricket players have seen their accounts hacked. Previously, the accounts of Lucknow Super Giants wagon Krunal Pandya, like those of the Royal Challengers Bangalore franchise, were also compromised, with cryptocurrency and NFT-related tweets being posted regularly.
The user even asked Sundar on Twitter if his account had been hacked, to which he received the answer “No.”
— Washington Sundar (@Sundarwashi5) June 5, 2023
In terms of cricket, Sundar, who competed in the recently concluded 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL) for the Sunrisers Hyderabad, was unable to compete for the entire campaign due to a hamstring injury.
The franchise announced Sundar’s injury and unavailability for the remainder of the IPL on April 27.
“Washington Sundar has been ruled out of IPL 2023 due to a hamstring injury. Get well soon, Vasya,” the franchise tweeted at the time.
The 23-year-old bowling all-rounder played seven matches and won three wickets with a 48.66 average and an 8.26 savings. With the bat, he made 60 runs with a highest score of 24 without losing an average of 15 and a hitting percentage of 100.
A player from Tamil Nadu was also injured during the last IPL after his bowling hand was torn.
SRH were among the worst in the 16th IPL, ending the league’s campaign near the bottom of the points table.
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