All eyes are again on losing both their matches this season with the Sunrisers, largely due to their inept middle order.

Star New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson, who missed the first two IPL matches at Sunrisers Hyderabad due to an elbow injury, is recovering well and is expected to regain full match-fitness within a week Will take.

The 30-year-old Williamson, the SRH’s middle-order contingent, suffered a small tear to his left elbow tendon and was ruled out of the domestic ODI series against Bangladesh before the IPL in March.

However, the New Zealand captain said on Friday that his “recovery is going really well”.

Williamson said in a video posted by SRH on Twitter, “You know I’m focused on getting rid of the pain as soon as possible and we’re definitely on track well and within the week Looking forward to being fit and ready. “

“It is a balance between practice and rehab and the type of things. But for the most part, the progress has been really good. Very optimistic about being close to full fitness very soon. Batting at number four, Williamson scored 317 runs in 11 innings, leading SRH to the play offs last season in the UAE.

All eyes are again on losing both their matches this season with the Sunrisers, largely due to their inept middle order.

Williamson recently won his fourth Sir Richard Hadley medal for outstanding performance in formats and was also declared the ‘Test Player of the Year’, held virtually at the Cricket Board’s annual awards ceremony.

Sunrisers Hyderabad will take on Mumbai Indians on Saturday.

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