Former Test captain of New Zealand cricket team, Kane Williamson has expressed full hope of his comeback in the 2-match Test series against South Africa starting from 4th February. Williamson had to stay out of the last three matches due to a hamstring injury suffered during the second match of the 5-match T20 played against Pakistan last month. Now he himself has confirmed that he is fully ready to return in the Test series starting against Africa, the first match of which will be played in Mount Maunganui.
I am much better now
After rejoining the team, Kane Williamson said that his hamstring injury is now much better than before. According to Williamson’s statement published in ESPN Cricinfo, he said that my hamstring is much better. There has been a lot of improvement in the last few weeks and I am feeling good. I am very eager to resume training with the team. The weather here is fantastic. I think all the players of the Test team are ready to join the team again. Let us tell you that the New Zealand team had to face a lot of trouble in the last few years due to injuries to its key players. Apart from Kane Williamson, the names of important fast bowler Kyle Jameson and wicketkeeper batsman Tom Blundell are also included in this.
Also given update on the return of Jameson and Blundell
The Kiwi team announced for the Test series against South Africa also saw the return of Kyle Jameson and Tom Blundell, in which Kane Williamson also gave an update in his statement regarding the fitness of both the players. Williamson said that I saw Tom Blundell and Kyle Jameson eating food in the lunch room and I think both of them look completely fit now. It is true that it is not an easy task for any player to make a comeback after such an injury because it takes more time than expected to recover. I think Kyle is also fully fit now and he even bowled in a match a few weeks ago.
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