IPL 2021: Kane Williamson and Co in Maldives show off their Basketball skills; Watch video- 

IPL 2021: Kane Williamson and Co in Maldives show off their Basketball skills; Watch video-
IPL 2021: Kane Williamson and Co in Maldives show off their Basketball skills; Watch video-

IPL 2021: Kane Williamson and Co in Maldives show off their Basketball skills; Watch video- After the suspension of IPL 2021 foreign players left for their home country. However, cricketers from New Zealand, Australia and West Indies travelled to the Maldives where they will spend 10 days in the quartine before heading back home. Sunrisers Hyderabad’s captain Kane Williamson, former captain David Warner and all-rounder Jason Holder are enjoying their quartine period by playing basketball. 

 

Sunrisers Hyderabad posted a video of Kane, David and Jason showing off their basketball skills on Twitter. SRH also went on to tag NBA in their post asking how their cricketers are playing, “Hey, @NBA What say?  #OrangeOrNothing #OrangeArmy.” 

 

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Earlier, Kane Williamson and three other New Zealanders on Friday flew to the Maldives in a departure from their original plan, as they were not feeling comfortable staying in COVID-19 hotspot Delhi. Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Williamson, Chennai Super King’s Mitchell Santer and Royal Challenger Bangalore’s Kyle Jamison and CSK physio Tommy Simsek took a commercial flight to the Maldives.

 

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SRH in IPL 2021

 

Sunrisers Hyderabad was going through one of the worst IPL seasons as they were placed at the bottom of the table with just one win in seven games. The team mangement also took a huge decision to change their captain. New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson was made the captain of SRH removing David Warner. Warner was even dropped from the playing XI. 

 

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Sunrisers Hyderabad donate Rs 30 crore 

 

Sunrisers Hyderabad owners on Monday donated Rs 30 crore towards COVID-19 relief work being undertaken by the state and central governments along with various NGOs. India is battling a devastating health crisis in the second wave of the global pandemic, which is currently causing over 4,000 daily deaths.