New Delhi: Due to the rising outbreak of the Coronavirus in India, IPL 2021 had to be stopped midway. In this league, frequent players and staff members were found to be infected with the Coronavirus, after which the big decision was taken. CSK coach Mike Hussey and Sunriders Hyderabad wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha were tested Covid-19 positive before the IPL was postponed. Was also found to be infected with the coronavirus.
Former Australian batsman and CSK batting coach Michael Hussey has recovered from a Coronavirus infection and is expected to return home on Sunday. Whereas in two investigations of Indian wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha, the result of one has come out positive.
Saha is a part of the team going to England
Saha is part of the Indian team touring England, which has to play a five-match Test series against England in addition to the final of the World Test Championship. To join the bio bubble of the Indian team going on this tour, they have to prove their fitness by being negative before May 25.
Hussey has come negative in RT-PCR investigation and has recovered well from the disease, CSK Chief Executive Kashi Vishwanath told PTI-Bhasha on Friday. We have not yet decided which route he will go back, via the Maldives or directly to Australia. Apart from Hussey, all the other Australian players, commentators, coaches and associate members are on quarantine in the Maldives. They will all fly to Australia on Sunday. Australia has banned aircraft coming from India till May 15 due to cases of the coronavirus epidemic.
Saha will be in quarantine
Saha will remain in quarantine for now. He had two investigations, one of which has resulted in positive results. The Sunrisers Hyderabad player wrote on Twitter, ‘My quarantine time is not over. The result of one of my two investigations has been negative while the other has come up positive. I feel good Most of all, it is requested not to spread false news or information about me.’
Let us know that the Indian team will face New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship from June 18 in Southampton. After this, he has to play a five-match Test series against England.