Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) batsman David Warner is currently under quarantine before joining the rest of his teammates. But it doesn't stop Warner from practicing ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021.
Warner was seen shadow batting in his room before completing the mandatory quarantine. He will also be tested for COVID-19 in his quarantine period to ensure the bio-bubble remains intact.
"Quarantine or No Quarantine: ???? practice is a must, right @davidwarner31?", wrote Sunrisers in the tweet.
Warner also posted the video on his official Instagram account. He jokingly said that he needs to adapt to the conditions inside the room while batting. "Have to keep the feet moving, adapt to conditions and take in the non-existing fresh air," he wrote.
"This is all about trying to tick the legs and body over so I am able to hit the ground running when out of quarantine. #haveto #grind #cricket ????????????????," added the ex-Sunrisers Hyderabad captain.
SRH have announced Sherfane Rutherford as the replacement of Jonny Bairstow, who pulled out of the tournament recently.