Kane Williamson is ready to become a father again. For the third time, screams will echo through Williamson’s home. New Zealand’s white-ball captain becomes a father for the third time. As Williamson becomes a father, he could miss the three-match T20 series against Australia.
According to media reports, Williamson’s wife is pregnant with their third child. Nowadays, Williamson is part of New Zealand in the Test series being played against South Africa. But after that, he might miss the three-match T20 series against Australia starting February 21.
Let us tell you that Williamson has returned to the cricket field during the ongoing two-match Test series against South Africa. He missed the last three games of the five-match T20 series against Pakistan in early January due to a hamstring injury.
Williamson scored two centuries in the first Test against South Africa at Mount Maunganui. In the first innings of the game he scored 118 runs with the help of 16 fours and in the second innings he scored 109 runs with the help of 12 fours and 1 six. With these two centuries, he made 31 centuries in Tests. Williamson was the first New Zealand cricketer to score 31 centuries in Test cricket.
Williamson has played 97 Tests, 165 ODIs and 89 T20 international matches so far in his career. In 170 Test innings he scored 8490 runs at an average of 55.13, in 157 ODI innings he scored 6811 runs at an average of 48.3 and in 87 T20 International innings he scored 2547 runs at an average 33.51 and a hit rate of 123.52.