Her daughter shared a drawing where Saha, in Superman form, was fighting with all her might against the coronavirus.
Veteran Indian cricketer Wriddhiman Saha recently tested positive for COVID-19. The development emerged ahead of the Sunrisers Hyderabad’s game against the Mumbai Indians on Tuesday, May 4. On the same day, the Cricket Control Council in India took the decision to postpone the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League indefinitely. period of time.
Saha was part of the Sunrisers, who languished at the bottom of the points table with just one win. He has been in the Orange Army for a few years but had to warm up the benches due to the presence of Jonny Bairstow. In the meantime, after contracting the virus, wishes poured in from the cricket fraternity for the Bengal goalkeeper.
Wriddhiman Saha expresses his gratitude
However, it was her daughter’s wish that made her day. Her daughter shared a drawing where Saha, in Superman form, was fighting with all her might against the coronavirus.
Saha captioned the photo and wrote, “It means the world to me right now. Mia sends her best wishes… And I thank you all for your good wishes and your messages. My gratitude to all of you.
It means the world to me right now ♥ ️Mia sends her best wishes… And thank you all for your good wishes and messages. My gratitude to all of you. pic.twitter.com/RV7CTWU55j
Wriddhiman Saha (@Wriddhipops) May 5, 2021
Previously, we had learned that the entire Sunrisers team had isolated itself. “He had a fever and had been in isolation for five days. We are also asked to stay in the room, ”said a source.
Formerly Delhi Capitals’ Amit Mishra, and Sandeep Warrier and Varun Chakravarthy of the Kolkata Knight Cavaliers among cricketers have also tested positive for COVID-19. Chennai Super Kings batting coach Michael Hussey and their bowling coach Laxmipathy Balaji also couldn’t escape the wrath of the virus.
For the moment, the BCCI is scratching its head by organizing return flights for foreign cricketers. The fact that there are travel restrictions to and from India has by no means helped matters.
Pat cummins, the KKR stimulus, said he and the Australian contingent in IPL 2021 were a bit “ anxious ” after recent developments. In the meantime, the BCCI is looking for a window in September to complete the rest of the IPL.