New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson Likely To Be Out of Action for 2 Months Due to Elbow Injury

Wellington, December 7: New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson is probably going to be out of motion for at the least two months with an elbow tendon damage, Black Caps coach Gary Stead has hinted.

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A report in claimed that Williamson is probably going to return solely subsequent yr for the two-Test series in opposition to South Africa beginning February 17 in Christchurch. Also Read | Robert Lewandowski Admits to Having a ‘Feeling of Sadness’ After Missing Out on Ballon d’Or 2021 Title, Hopes That Lionel Messi’s Supportive Words Were Genuine.

Williamson was dominated out of the second Test in opposition to India on the morning of the primary day with the nagging damage and Stead confirmed on Tuesday that he’s probably to sit out at the least eight or 9 weeks though is perhaps spared of any surgical procedure. “Kane’s going along ok,” Stead stated of the captain and about his damage. Also Read | (*2*)India vs South Africa 2021-22 Schedule for Free PDF Download Online: Get Fixtures, Live Streaming, Broadcast in India, Time Table With Match Timings in IST and Venue Details of India’s Tour of South Africa.

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“Last time after the World Test Championship (final) and before the IPL and T20 World Cup was about eight or nine weeks. “I anticipate it is someplace in that time-frame once more. We’re making an attempt not to put time frames on it at this stage.”

New Zealand will face-off in opposition to Bangladesh for two Tests, the primary of which begins on New Year’s Day in Mount Maunganui, after which journey to Australia for three ODIs and a T20 from January 30 to February 8 earlier than making ready for the primary Test in opposition to the Proteas.

“I think surgery is unlikely,” Stead stated of therapy for the damage. “All that surgical procedure would do is be certain that rehab is completed. If we do not have to lower a tendon, our selection isn’t to do this.

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“Kane’s doing it tough, don’t get me wrong. He loves playing for New Zealand – he hates the thought of missing any cricket, let alone Test cricket for New Zealand,” the coach added.

(This is an unedited and auto-generated story from Syndicated News feed, SociallyKeeda Staff could not have modified or edited the content material physique)

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