Harbhajan Singh tests positive for Covid and claims to be experiencing “mild symptoms.”
Cricketer Harbhajan Singh has tested positive for COVID-19. According to a tweet he sent out on Friday.
He tweeted on Friday. Harbhajan Singh, who announced his retirement from all forms of cricket last month, stated that he has mild symptoms and has quarantined himself at home while “taking all necessary precautions.”
“I’ve tested positive for COVID with mild symptoms. I have quarantined myself at home and taking all the necessary precautions. I would request those who came in contact with me to get themselves tested at the earliest. Please be safe and take care,” Harbhajan Singh wrote on Twitter.
Harbhajan Singh tests positive for Covid
Harbhajan announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in December of last year. Bringing an end to his 23-year career.
The off-spinner made his debut for India in 1998 and has had a successful career in all formats. He has won the World Cup in both ODIs and T20Is and is one of only four Indian bowlers, to have taken more than 400 wickets in Test cricket. He was also the first Indian to score a hat-trick in a Test match.
In March 1998, Harbhajan made his international debut as a 17-year-old against Australia. He went on to take 417 wickets in 103 Tests and is still India’s fourth highest wicket-taker in Test cricket. Harbhajan Singh played 236 One-Day Internationals for India, taking 269 wickets. In addition, he took 25 wickets in 28 T20Is for India.
Harbhajan Singh was a member of the India team that had a lot of success away from home under Sourav Ganguly’s captaincy. He is one of only a handful of Indian cricketers to have appeared in two ICC World Cup finals, losing to Australia in 2003 and winning against Sri Lanka in 2011.
Harbhajan Singh was a member of the India team that had a lot of success away from home under the captaincy of Sourav Ganguly. He is one of only a few Indian cricketers to have appeared in two ICC World Cup finals, losing to Australia in 2003 and winning against Sri Lanka in 2011.