New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has acknowledged that there’s a “little little bit of apprehension” as he gears as much as depart for the UAE to compete within the Indian Premier League, starting September 19 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
13 members of the Chennai Tremendous Kings contingent, together with two gamers, testing constructive for the virus has added to his issues as he prepares for his stint with Sunrisers Hyderabad. He flies out on Thursday.
“That is a part of the explanation why they made each workforce keep at a distinct lodge,” Williamson advised ‘Radio New Zealand’.
“However clearly that is dangerous information. You do not need to hear anyone has COVID. I hear they’re predominantly asymptomatic so hopefully via one other lockdown interval they’ll come via and shall be okay.”
He is without doubt one of the six New Zealanders that includes within the event which was moved out of India as a result of rising coronavirus circumstances.
“Clearly there’s a bit little bit of apprehension, actually as you get nearer to the time. Now it is two days out you begin pondering you do must be extraordinarily vigilant and disciplined,” added Williamson.
The IPL shall be performed throughout three cities — Sharjah, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The occasion will conclude on November 10.
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