Suresh Radina decided to leave the IPL bubble and talked about the reasons for such a move Reasons why he left the camp "It was a personal decision and I had to come back to my family. There was something that needed to be addressed immediately on the home front.
CSK is my family too and Mahi bhai (MS Dhoni) is very important to me and this was a tough decision. There is no issue between CSK and me. Nobody will just turn their back on Rs 12.5 crore and walk away without a solid reason.
I might have retired from international cricket but I'm still young and I am looking forward to playing for them in the IPL for the next 4-5 years.
", as quoted by criccbuzz He has come under fire from club owner N Srinivasan, but still believes journalists have taken many things out of context "He is like a father figure to me and he's always stood by me and is close to my heart.
He treats me like his younger son and am sure a lot of what he said was taken out of context. Ek baap apne bacche ko daant sakta hai(A father can scold his son). He didn't know the real reasons for me leaving when he gave those comments.
Now he's been informed about them and he even sent me a message thereafter. We've chatted about it and both CSK and I just want to get over with it."
About his future with CSK "I've been training even while quarantining here.
You never know you might see me in the camp there again." How was the challenge of adjusting to being in a bio bubble which you'd never done before? "Sure it's not easy to be in a bubble but he says it was all on a security level" "The team management and BCCI are doing a very commendable job keeping everyone safe.
This has never been done before and its new for everyone. It's a highly secure environment and no one without access can move anywhere. We were all inside our rooms with no human interaction and there was a test every 2 days."
He confirmed rumors that he was not feeling well in the bubble "I have a young family back home and I was concerned about the fact that if something happened to me, unka kya hoga?(what'll happen to them). My family is most important to me and I am really concerned for them during these times. I haven't seen my kids for more than 20 days, even after coming back, since I am in quarantine."