Indian yorker specialist Natarajan gets his first COVID-19 vaccine jab

India and Sunrises Hyderabad’s newly debt bowling sensation T Natarajan receives his first jab of the Covid-19 vaccine on Thursday. After getting jabbed, Natarajan thanked all his health care workers who have put their life at risk amid the coronavirus pandemic. Natarajan further tweeted that he is so grateful to get his vaccine this morning. A million thanks to the incredible healthcare workers who have put themselves at huge risk for the people.

In the 14th edition of IPL Natarajan was ruled out due to a knee injury before the tournament was suspended due to spark rise in Covid-19 cases. He went under knee surgery in April and is now giving it a comeback. The previous month, Natarajan had said that he is looking to come back stronger and fitter than before.

Although, he knows that it will take a little more time for a perfect rejoin. BCCI and Sunrises Hyderabad wished him a speedy recovery.  The left-arm pacer had not played the third and fourth match for Sunrises Hyderabad (SRH), he had just featured in the first two games of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) with taking only two wickets.

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