Kane Williamson, the star batter for the New Zealand cricket team, may miss out on the upcoming ODI World Cup due to a ligament injury in his knee. The injury was sustained while playing for the Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League. Unfortunately, Black Caps coach Gary Stead has stated that it is unlikely that the 32-year-old be ready to play.
He jarred his knee while attempting a catch in the opening game of the IPL last Friday and had to be helped off the field by two physios.In a statement, Williamson expressed his disappointment at the injury but stated that his focus is now on having surgery and starting rehab.
The absence of Williamson would be a major blow for the Black Caps, who have never won the World Cup but finished runners-up in the past two tournaments. In the 2019 final.Overall, the injury to Williamson is a setback for the New Zealand team, but they will undoubtedly continue to work hard and strive for success in the upcoming World Cup. Follow Flash Exchange 777 for more headlines and articles.