Kane Williamson Braced for Tough Test Series Against South Africa

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Former New Zealand Test captain Kane Williamson expressed confidence in his recovery from a hamstring injury sustained during the T20I series against Pakistan last month. He stated that he is fit for the first Test against South Africa on February 4 and is looking forward to rejoining the team. New Zealand has faced several injuries ahead of the first Test, but Williamson believes that the team is relatively injury-free. Despite South Africa sending a second-string squad with numerous uncapped players, Williamson emphasized that New Zealand must focus on their own game rather than underestimating the opposition. He acknowledged the challenge of facing an unfamiliar South African squad and highlighted the importance of doing their homework. New Zealand aims to make history by beating South Africa in a Test series for the first time and hopes to collect valuable World Test Championship points. Williamson emphasized the significance of winning any Test and stressed the importance of staying focused on their cricket throughout the series.

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