Kane Williamson and three of his New Zealander teammates flew to the Maldives on Friday, as they weren’t feeling comfy staying in Delhi.
Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Williamson, Chennai Tremendous King’s Mitchell Santer, Royal Challenger Bangalore’s Kyle Jamison and CSK physio Tommy Simsek took a business flight to the Maldives.
The 4 had been initially supposed to remain in Delhi in a mini bio-bubble until Might 10 and take a flight to the UK forward of the Check sequence in England and the World Check Championship ultimate in opposition to India from June 18.
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“Kane and few others from New Zealand weren’t feeling protected in Delhi due to the COVID state of affairs there. That’s the reason they determined to fly to the Maldives,” a Sunrisers Hyderabad official revealed.
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