WTC Final 2021: Sunil Gavaskar wishes Dinesh Karthik Luck for his “Commentary Debut”


WTC Final 2021: Former Indian Captain Sunil Gavaskar took to Instagram to extend his best wishes to Dinesh Karthik who will make his debut in the commentary box in the World Test Championship final.

Sunil Gavaskar shared a picture with former KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik & captioned it as, “He made his India Test debut when I was a consultant to the Indian cricket team. Now he will make his commentary debut with the WTC finals. I’m sure he will do well in the box too. Good luck @dk00019!”

The wicket-keeper batsman thanked Gavaskar for his good wishes & blessings. “Will be glad to be alongside you, thanks for the blessings sir,” Karthik left a comment on the legendary batsman’s post.

India will lock horns with New Zealand in the WTC final 2021 starting at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton from June 18. The Indian contingent landed in London on Thursday & now they will undergo a stringent quarantine for three days.

The Player’s activity will be allowed in a gradually increasing manner after every round of negative testing. Moving from exercise in isolation to small group & then large squad activity including intra-squad practice match while remaining within the bio-bubble environment.

Currently, New Zealand’s team is playing two-match test series against England. After the completion of the bilateral test series, the Black Caps will move from the ECB bio-bubble into the WTC final bubble on June 15. And then they will be subjected to regular testing prior to & post-arrival in Southampton.

Many Indian players including Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane & Rohit Sharma shared their pictures from the Southampton stadium’s hotel on social media to increase the excitement of their fans who are eagerly waiting for the start of cricketing action. After the completion of the WTC final, India will face England in a five-match test series, starting on August 4 with the final on September 10.

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