Dubai: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batsman Rituraj Gaikwad, who was diagnosed with the corona virus last month, is in solitary confinement for the team’s first Indian Premier League match against Mumbai Indians on September 19 in Abu Dhabi. Not likely to be available. Chennai Super Kings CEO Kashi Vishwanathan said that Rituraj was fine, but he was not yet approved by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to include the team in a safe environment.
Vishwanathan said, he has not been cleared by the medical team and is still in solitary confinement. They are unlikely to be available for the first match. We hope to return to his biologically safe environment in the next few days and he is fine. Thirteen members of the Chennai Super Kings team were tested positive for the corona virus last month, including two players, Rituraj and Deepak Chahar. Chahar and 11 others have been recovered. Chahar has started training after 2 mandatory negative results.
. “The results are not known. Rituraj was the replacement for Suresh Raina in the team, who withdrew from the tournament due to personal reasons and returned home. Senior spinner Harbhajan Singh is also out of the tournament due to personal reasons. Vishwanathan said that the team has so far Has not decided its place.