Washington Sundar Issues Clarification After His Twitter Profile Was Hacked;

Washington Sundar, an Indian cricket player, revealed his Twitter account was hacked. On Saturday, June 10, Sundar told his followers he was not responsible for the recent tweets. A few cryptocurrency-related tweets from Sundar's account earlier this week sparked rumours that his account had been compromised.

I wasn't responsible for my recent tweets: The Hacking of Washington Sundar's Twitter account is confirmed

Are you curious about Washington's latest news? In an official statement, the SunRisers Hyderabad all-rounder admitted that his account had been hacked and that he had nothing to do with the recent tweets on his account. Then he addressed his followers, saying, "Hey guys, I want to make it clear that I did NOT make the last few tweets as I am NOT associated with any of the content posted on my Twitter handle."

Sundar confirmed the problem was fixed, saying, "The issue has been resolved now, and I have undertaken the necessary precautions to secure my account." After apologising to his supporters, the Chennai-born batsman added, "My deepest apologies for the inconvenience caused. We appreciate your patience and loyalty. 

Washington Sundar's Early Life

When he first tried out for a cricket team, Washington Sundar was just four years old. In upper kindergarten, he often joined his father in the play. He learned a lot by watching his dad train and play when he was little. It's hardly shocking that he found his calling at such a young age. Cricket has become Washington's number-one sport. He is enjoying himself despite the pressure and the rigorous commitments.

Washington, on the other hand, knows how to relax and unwind when he's not playing. He's a dedicated student at the MRF Pace Academy. He puts in a lot of training time every day.

A first-class career for Washington Sundar

The 2016–17 Ranji Trophy season was Washington's first in domestic play. He batted 31.29 for Tamil Nadu in 12 games, scoring 532 runs. At an average of 26.93, Sundar also collected 300 wickets. Are you curious about Washington Sundar’s century? In October 2017, during the 2017-18 Ranji Trophy, he scored his first first-class century against Tripura.

International Career 

He joined the India U-19 team that year (2016). He was soon contacted on a national scale. Want to know about Washington Sundar's ODI career? On December 13, against Sri Lanka, Washington made his One-Day International debut. The youngster had a very interesting inning, with a 1/65 and a catch to show for it. Due to his strong showing, he was given his T20 debut on the same tour on December 24.

Even the great Australian cricketer Brett Lee has been impressed by Washington's theatrics on the pitch. 

On his first Test outing, January 15, 2021, against Australia, Washington Sundar took the wicket of Australian captain Steve Smith. That was an important wicket in his career. In his maiden Test, he and Shardul Thakur put up a crucial 123 runs for the seventh wicket. Their partnership made the match more exciting.

Washington Sundar IPL

What about Washington Sundar's IPL career? Washington was unsold during the first round of the 2017 Indian Premier League auctions. When Ravichandran Ashwin was injured in 2017, the Rising Pune Supergiants took up Washington as a replacement. He blew everyone away in his first year of work. In the qualifying match against the Mumbai Indians, he was so outstanding that he was named the match's Man of the Match. Amazingly, he only gave up 16 runs while taking three wickets.

That explains why he was among the most sought-after rookies in the next season's league. His signing fee with Royal Challengers Bangalore was 3.2 crore.

It wasn't the first time an Indian cricketer's account had been hacked, however. Krunal Pandya, a player for the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) and the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), have both had their accounts hacked in the past.