Wriddhiman Saha, the SunRisers Hyderabad’s (SRH) wicket-keeper batsman, has been one of the most active cricketers on social media these days as he keeps sharing fun videos to entertain his fans. In the latest video that was shared by SRH’s official Twitter account, Wriddhiman can be seen sweeping his house.
As the video continues, fans can see that the SRH gloveman has found some innovative and funny ways to keep himself fit by exercising at confined spaces of the home. He can also be seen spending time with his two-month-old son in the video. SunRisers Hyderabad’s official Twitter account captioned the tweet saying, “A day in the life of Superman Saha”.
— SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) May 5, 2020
Saha was bought by SRH in 2018 when he played 11 matches for his team and managed to score 122 runs with an average of 15.25. Last year, he was only featured in 5 matches for SRH and was able to score 86 runs with an average 17.20 and a strike rate of 162.26. The veteran gloveman had been a regular for the Indian team in the longest format.
However, since Rishabh Pant has made his Test debut, Saha has not been an automatic choice for the Indian team in Test cricket. The latter featured in the Indian team for the Test series against New Zealand but didn’t feature in the playing XI of any game on the tour. Rishabh was selected ahead of him in both the Test matches of the series. Saha has played 38 Test matches for the country and has scored 1,238 runs with an average of 30.2 with three Test centuries under his belt.
Currently, India is going through a nationwide lockdown. Meanwhile, the number of coronavirus positive patients in India went past 46500 with almost 1580 people losing their lives on Tuesday, as per the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
Almost the entire is in a lockdown due to the scare of the ever-escalating situation concerning the World Health Organisation-recognized pandemic that is the Coronavirus. Everything- schools, colleges, airports, railway stations, gyms, sporting events, movies, offices- have been put under lockdown as the world continues to self-isolate in order to control the pandemic.