[India], May 6 (ANI): South Africa pacer Kagiso Rabada, who is currently suffering from a back injury, ensured that 'he is good, precautionary is all.'
Rabada, keeping the forthcoming ICC Men's Cricket World Cup, was ruled out of Indian Premier League (IPL) owing to his back injury.
"Ipl was really fun! Extremely glad for the opportunity! Sad to leave but good to be home! Bittersweet. Regarding my back, I'm good - precautionary is all. Will be supporting the boys all the way! @delhicapitals," Rabada wrote in an Instagram post.
The 23-year old is the highest wicket-taker in IPL with a wicket tally of 25 wickets, four wickets ahead of second-positioned Imran Tahir, in the league and interestingly, played the least amount of games, 12, compared to the top five players featuring in the list.
Rabada's fitness is not the only concern for the Proteas as Dale Steyn also sustained a right shoulder injury. As a result of which Steyn too had to withdraw from IPL after featuring in just two matches. (ANI)