Pacer Deepak Chahar was one of the 13 members to have tested positive for COVID-19 from the CSK camp. Fortunately, he was put in quarantine for 14 days and has been cleared with a negative report. He was seen practicing on the ground with his CSK teammates on Friday, September 11.
CSK's official Twitter handle released a video of him answering questions about how he spent his days in isolation and how he managed to keep a positive outlook through all of it.
Chahar answered saying, "I was watching the team's practice sessions. I always take things positively. I tried to do some exercises, some training so that I can be fit when I come back. I posted few things. Hopefully, I bowled yesterday, so I am feeling pretty well and in good shape."
CSK captioned the video, "Cherry takes you through the #YelloveGame that was."
The 28-year-old also commented on the batting performances of his fellow teammates Shane Watson and Murali Vijay.
He said, "He's (Watson) hitting it out of the park and against the wind. Hopefully, he continues for the next two months. (Vijay) hit some beautiful sixes and boundaries over covers. He looks pumped up."