IPL 2020: Shane Watson begins quarantine in hotel room, shares a view of Burj Khalifa with fans

IPL 2020: Shane Watson begins quarantine in hotel room, shares a view of Burj Khalifa with fans

The preparations for the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) are in full swing and a few of the groups have landed within the United Arab Emirates, the place the event might be performed from September 19 to November 10. The matches might be performed in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.

Among the many groups which have reached are heavyweights Chennai Tremendous Kings. CSK opener and former Australia all-rounder Shane Watson took to Twitter on Friday to convey to his followers that he has begun his quarantine in his lodge room. Within the video he additionally gave the followers a glimpse of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest constructing, which is a significant attraction in Dubai.

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“My 7-Day room sure quarantine right here in Dubai has simply began. It’s so cool to be right here to get into the preparation for an additional thrilling season of @IPL for @ChennaiIPL. #SafetyFirst #WhistlePodu #superexcited,” Watson wrote on Twitter. 

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“I’m now quarantined for 7 days with a number of Covid testing to verify every part is okay. I get used to being in a room with a lot to do. I’ve acquired a phenomenal view of the Burj Khalifa. I’m going to be performing some workout routines, strolling up and down my room, listening to podcasts, loads of T20 Stars stuff in addition to my preparation, preparing for the CSK coaching camp. I’m so excited to be right here for an additional IPL marketing campaign,” Watson stated in a video message.

Watson has been a key member of the CSK staff ever since becoming a member of the franchise. As an opener Watson has performed a number of key knocks to offer CSK a powerful platform.

The Australian has had a protracted standing relationship with IPL, which he received in his maiden season in 2008 with Rajasthan Royals. He has additionally represented Royal Challengers Bangalore prior to now.


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