Chris Gayle safe and snug after attending COVID-19 positive Usain Bolt’s birthday party

Chris Gayle has been tested negative for coronavirus, after reportedly coming into contact with COVID-19 positive Usain Bolt. The ‘Universe Boss’ had recently attended Bolt’s birthday party after which his coronavirus test was conducted. Gayle will soon be seen exhibiting his magic in the 13th edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) scheduled to begin from…

Chris Gayle safe and snug after attending COVID-19 positive Usain Bolt’s birthday party

Chris Gayle has been tested negative for coronavirus, after reportedly coming into contact with COVID-19 positive Usain Bolt.

The ‘Universe Boss’ had recently attended Bolt’s birthday party after which his coronavirus test was conducted.

Gayle will soon be seen exhibiting his magic in the 13th edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) scheduled to begin from September 19 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Not to mention that If Gayle was tested positive for the deadly disease, his chances of travelling to UAE in order to join Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) squad would have been jeopardized.

But, luckily for the cricket fans, the batting powerhouse announced on social media that he has been tested negative twice.

Gayle took to Instagram to inform about the COVID-19 tests

“Couple of days ago. 1st Covid-19 test… Before travel, I need 2 negative test,” one of Gayle’s posts read on Instagram.

Gayle Instagram Story 1
Gayle Instagram Story 1

In another post, Gayle wrote, “The last one went a bit too far in my nose. Phew. The result was negative.”

Gayle Instagram Story 2
Gayle Instagram Story 2

“I’m going to stay home for 2020… not gonna travel again… Nah sah! Tan a mi yard!! Keep the change! Excuse me!” the 40-year-old wrote further.

Gayle Instagram Story 3
Gayle Instagram Story 3

Meanwhile, eight-time Olympic gold medalist Bolt has posted a video message on Twitter. In the video, Bolt said that he is self-isolating himself at his home.

“Good morning everybody I’m confirmed of Covid-19. I did a test on Saturday,” Bolt said in the video.

“[I’m] trying to be responsible, so I’m going to stay in, and stay away from my friends. And also, I am having no symptoms, so I am going to quarantine myself. And will wait and see what the protocol is and how should I go about quarantining myself, from the Ministry of Health,” he added.

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Delhi Capitals rope in new bowling coach ahead of IPL 2020

On Tuesday, Delhi Capitals (DC) announced their new bowling coach in the form of ex-Aussie pacer, Ryan Harris. Harris will be a part of the Capitals’ support staff under head coach Ricky Ponting. He replaces fellow Queenslander, James Hopes, for the coveted position in the Delhi camp will be unable to join the team due…

Delhi Capitals rope in new bowling coach ahead of IPL 2020

On Tuesday, Delhi Capitals (DC) announced their new bowling coach in the form of ex-Aussie pacer, Ryan Harris.

Harris will be a part of the Capitals’ support staff under head coach Ricky Ponting. He replaces fellow Queenslander, James Hopes, for the coveted position in the Delhi camp will be unable to join the team due to personal reason.

Former Aussie all-rounder Hopes was part of DC’s squad as the bowling coach in the last two seasons of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Meanwhile, Harris was part of Kings XI Punjab’s support staff as bowling coach. The 40-year-old is expected to join DC camp ahead of IPL 2020 which begins on September 19.

I am delighted to be back in the IPL. This is a huge opportunity for me to contribute to the franchise’s ambitions of lifting the coveted IPL trophy,” Harris stated in a press release.

The Delhi Capitals side has an impressive bowling line up, and I can’t wait to start working with them all,” he further added.

During his stint with the Capitals, Harris is slated to mentor the likes of Avesh Khan, Anrich Nortje, Kagiso Rabada, Mohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma in the lineup.

Harris makes a move from KXIP to DC

DC’s also boasts a fine roster of spinners in the form of Ravichandran Ashwin, Amit Mishra, Sandeep Lamichhane and Axar Patel.

The Delhi-based franchise has brought in a greater balance to the side with the presence of all-rounders, Keemo Paul, Marcus Stoinis and Harshal Patel, in their squad.

Earlier, Harris was a part of Deccan Chargers’ triumphant campaign in the 2009 edition of IPL. The Aussie seamer was renowned for his lionhearted spells at the highest level.

Due to injury woes, Harris had to call his retirement from international cricket in 2015. He then took up mentorship role in the Big Bash League (BBL) for Brisbane Heat.

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