IPL 2021: Kane Williamson has missed the primary two matches of the season for SRH.© BCCI/IPL
Star New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson, who missed SunRisers Hyderabad’s first two IPL 2021 matches as a consequence of an elbow damage, is recovering nicely and is anticipated to realize full match-fitness “within a week”. The 30-year-old Williamson, a significant cog in SRH’s center order, suffered a small tear in his left elbow tendon and was dominated out of the house ODI collection towards Bangladesh in March forward of the IPL. However, the New Zealand captain on Friday mentioned his “recovery is going really well”.
“…you know I have been focussed to get pain free as quickly as possible and we are certainly tracking really nicely and hoping to be fit and ready within the week,” Williamson mentioned in a video posted by SRH in Twitter.
— SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) April 16, 2021
“It’s been a bit of a balance between practice and rehab and sort of things. But for the most part, the progression is been really good. So pretty optimistic about being close to full fitness very soon.”
Batting at quantity 4, Williamson had scored 317 runs in 11 innings to take SRH to the play-offs final season in UAE.
All eyes are as soon as once more on his return with SunRisers losing both their matches this season, primarily due to their inept middle-order.
Williamson had lately gained his fourth Sir Richard Hadlee medal for excelling throughout codecs and was additionally adjudged the ‘Test Player of the Year’ at cricket boards’ annual awards perform held just about.
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