The Chennai Super Kings players started training yesterday as no new Kovid-19 virus has been reported. No one was positive in the Kovid test conducted for the players and support staff last day. This is the third Kovid test for Super Kings players. Kovid was confirmed to have two Super Kings players and 11 support staff.“They are under the care of the medical team in the IPL,” said Super Kings CEO. Officer Kashi Viswanathan said. He added that the camp had not been affected by more cowards. Those confirmed by Kovid have another test 14 days later. They are staying separately in another hotel.If two of the three tests turn out to be negative, they will be admitted to the BioSecure bubble. The team began training with the addition of South Africans Faf du Plessis and Lungi Ngidi, who arrived in Dubai on the first day. Both are on a six-day quarantine. Super Kings CEO Suresh Raina is expected to return home. Officer Kashi Viswanathan. IPL The Chennai team was the first to start preparations ahead of the season. Before flying to the UAE, he had conducted a training camp in Chennai from August 15 to 28.