Kane Williamson rose to fame with his talent since his U-19 days and currently is one of New Zealand's finest batsmen, apart from being their leader. Coming from a sporting background- his father had played cricket in certain age groups, his mother was a basketball player and his sisters excelling in volleyball. Williamson burst onto the scene in 2010 when he played his first international Test match against India, scoring a ton on his debut. He also made his ODI debut in the same tour of India in August. He's broken a heap of national records and now is the leading centurion in New Zealand Test cricket with his 18 tons. He's also the fifth highest scorer in red ball cricket for the Kiwis and has crossed the 5K mark. He's always been a joy to watch as his classy play made him adapt easily in all three formats. In 2018, Williamson was handed the skipper role of Indian Premier League franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad and led them to the finals. He also finished as the highest run scorer in the 11th edition. As being captain of New Zealand, Williamson has portrayed responsibility in his batting and as a leader.read more
Williamson had earlier praised his country's doctors and medical professionals who were working in the fight against coronavirus.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has penned an open letter to the medical professionals amid the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
International Cricket Council (ICC) on Sunday came up with a unique game on Twitter called 'The Isolation Game'.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has said that another 50 runs in the target would've made their chase more challenging.
New Zealand captain praised his side after it registered a 2-0 series whitewash over World No.1 side India.
Kane Williamson said that it was a 'typical' Virat Kohli celebration and there is nothing much to read into it.
On a day when 16 wickets fell at the Hagley Oval, 10 of which belonged to India, Kohli let his emotions flow whilst fielding which caught the eye of many on social media.
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David Warner returned as the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad and will take over the reins from Kane Williamson, who led the franchise in last year's IPL.
New Zealand came into the series after their nightmare in Australia and put up a splendid performance to outclass India in just over three days.
The pitch aided his fast bowlers, with the duo of Tim Southee and Trent Boult sharing nine wickets between them when India came out to bat the second time.
Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin revealed his strategy for bowling and fielding placements against New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson.
Ishant Sharma took 3/31 while Kane Williamson scored a handy 89 to help New Zealand take a 51-run lead at the end of day two's play in Wellington.
India vs New Zealand 1st Test Day 1: Persistent rain forced the umpires to call off day one's play early with only 55 overs of play possible and India tottering at 122/5.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson said that the hosts are really excited to play India's pace attack consisting of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma.
Kane Williamson said that it was interesting to have a chat with Virat Kohli and said that he has admired Kohli throughout his career for setting benchmarks.
As per points system, the value for each Test match win in a two-match series is 60 points per game but during a five-game series, it gets reduced to 24 per game.
Kohli and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson had both not played in the third ODI between the two teams earlier in the month and a video of them chatting on the boundary line had gone viral.