Player Huni revealed that he was thinking about retiring but also shared that he felt quite uncertain about the future ahead.
For a region famous for importing players like the LCS, foreign players always have a place and many of these also become legends attached to their team. One of them can be mentioned is Huni – former SKT T1 star, runner-up at Worlds 2017 and currently a member of the cult North American League of Legends team Team SoloMid.
However, at the moment, Huni is in the non-competitive phase and he has become a member of the coaching staff of the TSM team. This is an unexpected move by the North American representative in the middle of the 2022 season. Because, in Spring 2022, it can be said that Huni is one of TSM’s brightest players. The transfer of Huni to become a coach forced TSM to bring the “old man” Solo from the Academy team to the first team. According to the former SKT T1 star himself, his wrist injury recurred, so this is the most likely solution to Huni is still attached to League of Legends.
However, recently, Huni has shared about her present and future career. Accordingly, the former SKT T1 star admitted that wrist injuries are really threatening his ability to return to the professional scene: “I’m trying to think about it in a more positive light… I’ve done a lot of work. stuff, have a really good career.”
Huni continued, “I’ve accomplished a lot and I just tell myself I’ll be fine no matter what, whether I retire now, or just rest and wait and see what happens. Future.”
It can be seen that Huni is also quite uncertain about the future because of the impact of injury. Wrist injuries are always an obsession with professional Esports players in general and League of Legends players in particular. And if in a future Huni retires, it will be a huge regret for the worldwide LoL community.
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