After a strong struggle with defense in the recent overseas test matches, Hanuma Vihari, the middle-order Indian cricketer looks to make a strong base in England’s county camps. This 26-year-old lad was offered to join a prominent county team, but the outbreak of COVID-19 further delayed the plans and the disclosure details.
“I was supposed to play four English county games this season. I would only be able to tell you the name when all the paperwork is complete. Right now, it’s on hold due to the unavoidable situation (COVID-19),” Hanuma Vihari said, in an exclusive chat with PTI.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is currently drawing up contingency plans ahead of this season’s county championship and Vihari is confident that he would be able to play a part in this summer, considering India’s next Test assignment is only slated to be in December, 2020. “Hope once it’s under control, I will be able to play those games. It will be a learning experience for me,” he said.