Big relief for New Zealand ahead of World Cup 2023, Kane Williamson starts batting into the nets, see

Ahead of the 2023 World Cup, there has been a huge relief for New Zealand. The team’s star hitter, Kane Williamson, has begun batting practice in the nets. Williamson got injured in the first match of IPL 2023. Since then he has stayed away from cricket continuously. Now Williamson himself shared a video through his official Instagram, in which he is seen batting.

Williamson can be an important piece for New Zealand in the World Cup that will be played in India. The New Zealand batsman shared the video, writing in the caption: “It feels good to be back in the nets with bat in hand for a few pitches.” It can be seen in the video that Williamson is seen playing shots into the nets. There were also some beautiful shots off the bat from him.

The fans were very happy to see Williamson hitting into the nets. Commenting on the video, one user wrote: “OMG! So happy to see you back. Another user wrote: “Comeback champion.” Another user wrote: “World Cup is coming, Na Ken Bhaiya is getting ready” .

Let us tell you that Gujarat Titans added Kane Williamson to their squad for IPL 2023. But he got injured during the introduction in the opening match of the tournament against Chennai Super Kings. Williamson’s leg was injured.

Kane Williamson has played 94 Tests, 161 ODIs and 87 T20 Internationals in his career so far. He has scored 8124 runs in 164 Test innings at an average of 54.86, 6555 runs in 153 ODIs at an average of 47.85 and 2464 runs in 85 T20 International at an average of 33.3 and a strike rate of 122 .89.

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