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New Zealand Skipper Kane Williamson Set To Miss ODI World Cup After Knee Injury.

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New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson looks set to miss the one-day World Cup in India not long from now in the wake of bursting a knee injury

it was reported Thursday. The star batsman needs a medical procedure in the wake of tearing the front cruciate tendon in his right knee while handling for Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League, New Zealand Cricket say. Dark Covers mentor Gary Stead said it was “improbable” the 32-year-old would be prepared to play in the ODI World Cup, which begins in October. Williamson’s nonattendance would be a significant blow for the Dark Covers, who have always lost the World Cup however wrapped sprinters up in the beyond two competitions.

Normally it’s frustrating to get such a physical issue, yet my emphasis currently is on having the medical procedure and beginning recovery,” Williamson said in an explanation. “It will require some investment yet I’ll give my best to get back on the field at the earliest opportunity.”
The New Zealander is one of cricket’s head batsmen. He assumed a vital part as they pawed their direction into the last of the 2019 World Cup, where Williamson was passed judgment on player of the competition.

New Zealand missed the mark – – losing to Britain on a limit countback in a nail-gnawing Really Over after an attractive last. Williamson remained down as New Zealand’s Test commander in December however is as yet the captain of the ODI and Twenty20 crews.

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