New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamison said leaving the Indian Premier League (IPL) amid an epidemic in India is an interesting experience, but is confident that the ‘good people’ around them will be able to secure their way to England for the first British tour. Makes the trip. Jamieson and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson thought it would be best to travel from Delhi to the Maldives, where they boarded a flight to Britain. He felt insecure as COVID-19 deteriorated in the national capital of India.
‘It was an interesting experience. This is not something you can plan. We were informed at the same time. There were some good people from the BCCI and IPL teams around us. The fast bowler played for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the IPL. The tournament was postponed after the Kovid-19 cases were discovered in the IPL bio bubble.
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Jamieson said, ‘We had to do what was right for us. Of course the situation in India was terrible and we knew what was happening outside the biological bubble. The right decision was to postpone the tournament after the virus entered the biological bubble. “We have to trust those people and have control over what we can control,” he said. There were some good people around us who helped us reach England.
Jamieson looks forward to playing two Tests against England and then India in the World Test Championship (WTC) final from June 18 to 22. He said, ‘This is my first tour of England. I’m going to play at Lord’s for the first time. Instead of distracting myself, I want to enjoy it to the fullest. So, with the exception of this Test and the Edgbaston Test, I am focusing on the (WTC) final.
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