Star worldwide Twenty20 participant and Hobart Hurricanes import Sandeep Lamichhane has examined constructive for COVID-19 lower than two weeks earlier than the Huge Bash League begins. The 20-year-old legspinner on Saturday confirmed he had the coronavirus, saying on social media that it was his “honest responsibility to inform you all that I’ve been examined constructive for COVID-19. I had some physique aches since Wednesday. However my well being is enhancing just a little bit now.”
The Nepalese participant has carried out exceptionally properly within the Australian T20 competitors, forming a robust mixture on the Melbourne Stars with Australian limited-overs spinner Adam Zampa. However Lamichhane opted to signal with the Hurricanes for the upcoming season, enhancing the Tasmanian franchise’s hopes of securing a primary BBL title.
Lamichhane additionally performs T20 for the Nepalese nationwide workforce and has additionally performed in T20 competitions in India, Pakistan, West Indies and Canada.
The Hurricanes are scheduled to open the BBL season in Hobart towards defending champions Sydney Sixers on Dec. 10.