Meanehile, Australian opener David Warner on Thursday expressed satisfaction over the security arrangements in Hyderabad and termed it “totally safe” ahead of the second Test starting March 2, PTI reported.
''I feel totally safe any time I come to India, with the security that we've got and the stuff that's in place,'' he said.
''I think they didn't really want anyone on the roads to and from the ground but that's virtually impossible with 10 million people living in Hyderabad. The stuff that's going on out of our control is what it is. It's what happens sometimes in these places and you've just got to deal with it.''