David Willey will take no further part in the ongoing Indian Premier League because of personal reasons. Willey, who played three matches for CSK in 2018, was looking forward to play for his IPL franchise.
“We are due for our second baby and my wife’s had a bit of a tough time, so I’m having to make sure she’s alright,” he said.
“It’s a bit open-ended as to when I’ll be available for Yorkshire, but hopefully I’ll be available for the start of the 50-over competition,” Willey added.
He stated that it was not an easy decision to take.
“Chennai were very understanding and very supportive, as have been Yorkshire. It’s never an easy decision. But, nonetheless, it’s the right decision,” the 29-year old said.
“I need to put my family first and cricket’s secondary to that. We’ll get that sorted and then I can concentrate on cricket.”