Kane Williamson, the former captain of New Zealand and current batsman, is full of confidence ahead of the two-match Test series against South Africa that begins in Mount Maunganui on February 4.
Williamson believes that the match will be competitive. While suffering a hamstring injury during the T20I series against Pakistan last month, he has stated that he is confident in his overall health. Further, he added that his hamstring has improved over the last few weeks. He feels great and can’t wait to rejoin the team and resume training. The weather has been amazing lately. Furthermore, it will be pleasant to rejoin the team, and he believes that every member of the team is eager to reunite as a test team.

Recently, the formidable players in the New Zealand camp have suffered injuries. In addition to fast bowler Kyle Jamieson and wicketkeeper-batter Tom Blundell, who also sustained injuries that prevented them from playing cricket, Williamson was missing for a significant portion of last year. However, Williamson thinks that heading into this series, New Zealand appear to be doing well, based on their appearance when I saw Blundell and Jamieson in the lunchroom. Tom’s hamstring injury took a little while to heal, as these types of injuries obviously vary greatly from person to person.

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