About seven hours earlier than the beginning, the IPL match between KKR and Royal Challengers Bangalore needed to be postponed on Monday after the KKR duo examined constructive.
“Difficult times, but I’m happy to report that both Varun and Sandeep are doing well,” Mysore advised host broadcasters Star Sports.
“We have taken all the precautions that are necessary and have been advised by the medical teams of IPL and KKR and also getting appropriate advice from outside on what the right thing to do is.
“Sandeep, particularly, is doing wonderful. No temperature, no different signs, and he’s feeling good. Varun remains to be somewhat below the climate, however higher than yesterday and each of them are in good spirits.”
While the duo tested positive, the rest of the KKR contingent has returned negative.
Now as per protocol, the entire team and the hotel staff are being quarantined for five days with a daily testing schedule ahead of their next match against Delhi Capitals here on May 8.
“The goal completion date of this 5-day with this day by day testing is May 6,” said Mysore when asked if KKR will be eligible to be back in action as soon as the quarantine phase is over.
“We ought to be capable to get the outcomes someday later within the day on May 6 which implies that doubtlessly we may even get out that night for a observe topic to what the coaches wish to do after which prepare for seventh and eighth relying on when the rescheduled video games would doubtlessly happen.”
Mysore said they found out approximately 24 hours ago about Varun testing positive and later in the night they got Warrier’s result.
He said the duo was soon isolated on a different floor with different AC ducts to “be sure others are protected”.
KKR owner Shah Rukh Khan also caught up on a video call to take stock of how everyone was feeling within the camp.
With five defeats from seven matches, KKR are staring at an early elimination for a third season in row but Mysore was optimistic and drew a parallel with their 2014 triumphant season under their two-time IPL winning skipper Gautam Gambhir.
“If you replicate again to our final championship (in 2014). I do not know if it’s a coincidence or it’s a good omen or what. Exactly, after seven video games, we had the identical document (two wins and 5 losses) and we went on to win the championship,” he concluded.