Former Indian cricketer Harvajan Singh tested positive for COVID-19, he tweeted on Friday. Harvajan Singh, who announced his retirement from all forms of cricket last month, said he had mild symptoms and quarantined himself at home and “took all necessary precautions.” “I tested positive for COVID-19 with mild symptoms. I quarantined at home and took all necessary precautions. I will ask the people I contacted to get tested as soon as possible. Be safe and careful,” Harvajan Singh wrote on Twitter.
Last December, Harvajan announced that he would retire from all forms of cricket, ending his 23-year career. The off spinner first played for India in 1998 and had a spectacular career across all formats. He is a world cup winner in both ODI and T20I and is among just four Indian bowlers who have taken more than 400 wickets in test cricket. He was also the first Indian to score a hat trick in an Indian test. 바카라
Harvazan made his international debut at the age of 17 in a match against Australia in Bengaluru in March 1998. He has picked up 417 wickets in 103 Test matches and remains India’s fourth highest wicket holder in Test cricket. Harvajan represented India in 236 ODIs, picking up 269 wickets. He also picked up 25 wickets from 28 T20Is for India. Harvajan was a member of the Indian team that left home under the captaincy of Sourav Ganguli and achieved many successes. He is one of the few selected Indian cricketers to play two ICC World Cup finals, losing to Australia in 2003 and winning against Sri Lanka in 2011.