Kyle Jamieson | Kyle Jamieson try hand at Table tennis after Rain stops play of WTC Final Day 4

Kyle Jamieson | Kyle Jamieson try hand at Table tennis after Rain stops play of WTC Final Day 4

Kyle Jamieson

Kyle Jameson playing table tennis.&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspTwitter

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  • WTC final is being played between India and New Zealand
  • The first innings of the Indian team was reduced to just 2017 runs
  • Kyle Jameson wreaks havoc in India’s first innings

The final of the World Test Championship (WTC) is being played between India and New Zealand at the Ageas Bowl Stadium in Southampton. However, the shadow of bad weather continues to loom. While the first day of the title match could not be played due to rain, fewer overs were bowled on the second and third days due to poor light. Now on the fourth day the rain again disturbed and the game could not start on Sunday. In such a situation, New Zealand players are seen spending time playing table tennis. Fast bowler Kyle Jameson, who wreaked havoc with the balls in India’s first innings, also tried his hand at table tennis.

The picture of Jameson playing table tennis has been shared by the official Twitter handle of the New Zealand team. Sharing Jameson’s photo, the caption was written that the weather has turned wet again, so table tennis is currently being played. Different types of comments are coming on this photo of Jameson. While someone is praising his bowling, someone said that at least show the table tennis match live. One user commented that we can also live stream this table tennis match and give us something to watch.

Significantly, Kyle Jameson played a key role in India’s first innings being bundled out for 217 runs. He took 5 wickets for 31 runs in 22 overs. The 26-year-old bowler bowled 12 over maidens. He sent Rohit Sharma (34), Virat Kohli (44), Rishabh Pant (4), Ishant Sharma (4) and Jasprit Bumrah (0) to the pavilion. Jamies also made history together. He reached the top in this Test Championship in terms of taking five wickets in an innings for the most number of times.

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