Mohammad Nabi was among the many SolarRisers Hyderabad gamers who got here out of quarantine.© Sunrisers Hyderabad/Twitter
The SolarRisers Hyderabad gamers who accomplished their necessary quarantine had been handled to the luxuries of the crew room because the 2016 champions equipped for the upcoming IPL season. The likes of Vijay Shankar, Mohammed Nabi, Rashid Khan, Kedar Jadhav and Khaleel Ahmed amongst others had been seen popping out of their lodge rooms in Chennai the place they had been quarantined and mingling with each other in a video SRH posted on social media. “Risers out of quarantine. It’s going to be tough to leave this space,” SRH wrote within the caption. “The Risers are out of quarantine and heading straight to their team room.”
“Quarantine is something we’re not used to, but we have to follow all the protocols for us to have a safe tournament,” stated Vijay Shankar.
“We are getting to step out after seven days. I’ll go to the gym and run or do my workout, so that my body gets used to the conditions,” stated wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha.
Rashid Khan admitted that quarantine in a lodge room was troublesome.
“Quite happy to be out of the quarantine,” stated Rashid Khan. “It was pretty difficult. It affects you a lot mentally. But most importantly, we are happy to be back playing cricket.”
Mohammad Nabi echoed his countryman’s ideas.
“Quarantine is difficult,” stated Mohammad Nabi. “You are in the room all the time. You get frustrated, and you can’t train properly. How much can you run in a small room?”
“It’s a great feeling to be free and to be able to roam around at least in the gym after the seven days of quarantine,” stated Kedar Jadhav.
“I am happy and excited to be a part of this team and I am looking forward to start our practice.”
SRH play their first recreation of IPL 2021 on April 11 in Chennai towards Kolkata Knight Riders.
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