Sunrisers Hyderabad yorker king T Natarajan has arrived in Chennai to join the squad ahead of the 14th edition of Indian Premier League. Moreover, their captain, David Warner is ready to depart for India with his Australian teammates. Read more - Second fastest fifty ever for New Zealand; The RCB batsman showed his prowess before heading to IPL 2021
T Natarajan had taken a few days off after the ODI series against England and was holidaying at a resort with his family and friends. However, he has now arrived at the team hotel in Chennai and will undergo the mandatory seven days quarantine, before joining the squad for training. The news of his arrival was broken by the franchise's official Twitter handle.
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"Our yorker king is here. Raise your hands if you can't wait to see him back in action," wrote the official account of the franchise.
Our Yorker King is here ????
— SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) April 1, 2021
Earlier, Natarajan missed four of the five-match T20I series against England as he was recovering from an injury at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore. However, he played the fifth T20I and took one wicket, but was went for plenty of runs as he conceded 39 runs in 4 overs. He also played in the final ODI where he took one wicket and conceded 73 runs in his quota of 10 overs.
Sunrisers get ready, David Warner is coming: Warner's wife Candice
David Warner, too, will depart from Australia for India soon with his Australian teammates after representing New South Wales Blues in the Marsh Cup. It is reported that all the Australian players will arrive in India together and then will disburse to join their respective franchises.
Before departing, Warner shared a lovely picture with his wife and captioned: "Our last wine together for a few months, blessed to have spent some quality time at home but it’s time to pack the bags and head to India. Love you lots darling @candywarner1 #cricket #ipl #india #missyou."
Here's the post:
"Bye Daddy we love you. @Sunrisers get ready, @davidwarner31 is incoming! #IPL2021 #OrangeArmy," Warner's wife Candice wrote in a tweet.
— Candice Warner (@CandiceWarner31) April 1, 2021