As the 2016 champions prepared for the upcoming IPL season, the SunRisers Hyderabad players who fulfilled their mandatory quarantine were treated to the luxuries of the team space. In a video posted on social media by SRH, Vijay Shankar, Mohammed Nabi, Rashid Khan, Kedar Jadhav, and Khaleel Ahmed, among others, were seen coming out of their quarantined hotel rooms in Chennai and mingling with one another. “Risers have been released from quarantine. It’ll be difficult to leave this place, “The caption was written by SRH. “The Risers have been released from quarantine and are making their way to their team space.”
“We’re not used to quarantine,” Vijay Shankar said, “but we have to follow all the procedures in order to have a secure tournament.”
“After seven days, we will be able to go. I’ll go to the gym and run or do my exercise to acclimate my body to the new environment “Wriddhiman Saha, the wicket-keeper batsman, said as much.
Quarantine in a hotel bed, according to Rashid Khan, was tough.
“I’m relieved to be out of quarantine,” Rashid Khan said. “It was a tough job. It has a major psychological impact on you. Above all, we are glad to be back playing cricket.”
Mohammad Nabi echoed the words of his countryman.
“Quarantine is a risk,” Mohammad Nabi said. “You are constantly present in the room. You get irritated, and you are unable to properly prepare. How much can you sprint in such a short space?”
“After seven days of quarantine, it’s a wonderful feeling to be free and able to walk around at least in the gym,” Kedar Jadhav said.
“I’m thrilled to be a member of this party, and I’m looking forward to getting started with our rehearsal.”
SRH will face Kolkata Knight Riders in their first game of the IPL 2021 on April 11 in Chennai.