New Zealand player very excited about playing IPL and CPL, said- 'I will take full care of social distance'
Christchurch. New Zealand spinner Mitchell Santner has said he would be sitting in a corner in the lounge at the airport on his way to the West Indies, ignoring fears of travel amid the Corona virus epidemic . Sentner is excited about the upcoming Caribbean Premier League and IPL play amid the Corona virus epidemic. He will play for the Barbados Tridents in CPL. "It is interesting," he told a New Zealand website. I will go on the way to America and I will be sitting in the corner in the lounge at the airport. ''
He said, "In the current situation we have been given a complete booklet of health and safety guidelines. We will go directly to the West Indies. Don't know what segregation will be like right now but my friends like Dwayne Bravo and Brendon McCullum are there with whom I can spend time. "The IPL will also be played in the UAE from September 19, nine days after the CPL is over. It will be attended by Santner, Ken Williamson, Lockie Ferguson and Jimmy Neesham.