Corona-infected Wriddhiman Saha received the sweetest message, the wicket-keeper said- this is my whole world
Wriddhiman Saha, the wicketkeeper of the Indian cricket team, has been exposed to a coronavirus infection. Saha is part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) team in IPL 2021. Saha is one of the few players who got infected inside the safe bio-bubble. Information about his transition came to light on Tuesday 4 May, after which the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to postpone the tournament midway. Saha is currently in isolation in the medical facility set by the IPL. Saha is being prayed by cricket fans from all over India to get well soon. Among them, he got the sweetest message from daughter Mia, which Saha shared on social media on Wednesday.
In addition to Sunrisers wicketkeeper-batsman Saha, Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra was also found infected on Tuesday. A day before that, two people including Kolkata Knight Riders' Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier, while Chennai Super Kings bowling coach Laxmipathy Balaji were infected. After 6 cases within the bio-bubble within two days, the BCCI had to stop the tournament for indefinite.
Cute message of Saha's daughter
The infected are currently kept in the medical facility prescribed by the BCCI, where they are recovering from the disease. Meanwhile, all of them are getting messages from fellow players and cricket fans to get well soon. Saha posted a similar message on her daughter's social media. Saha shared a sketch of his daughter Mia's hand, in which Superman is fighting a coronavirus. It is written above - 'Get well soon Baba'.
Sharing it, Saha wrote, "This is my whole world for me right now. Mia is sending her prayers. I thank you all for your prayers and messages. Thank you to all of you. "
Saha was able to play only 2 matches
Saha did not get much opportunities in this season. The Indian wicketkeeper did the opening and wicketkeeping for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the first two matches of the season. However, he was dropped from the team for not performing effectively with the bat. Since then, he was running out of playing eleven.