IPL 2021: Rohit Sharma said bio-bubbles have helped teams bond better.© Twitter
While many cricketers have spoken about the difficulty of living in the bio-secure environment, Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma spoke on Thursday of the benefits a player can take while he is in. the bubble in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. IPL 2021 kicks off on Friday with the Mumbai Indians taking on the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) led by Virat Kohli at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
And Rohit is happy to be able to play cricket, which is the only thing that matters to him at the end of the day.
“A lot of people are going through tough times, a lot of people can’t work. Not able to do what they love. At least we’re lucky to be able to do what we love. But I am. playing cricket, which I like at the end of the day, ”Rohit said in the video posted to the Mumbai Indians Twitter account.
The 32-year-old also highlighted how life in the bubble had helped him create fond memories during the 13th edition of the Rich Money League, which was not the case before the pandemic hit the world. whole.
“If we have to adjust, we have to adjust. And try to see how you can also make the most of this bubble life. Like we had good times in the bubble. Especially during the IPL in the UAE , we had some strong memories that we made in UAE, ”Rohit said.
“In addition to the bubble life in Australia and now in India, when we played against England it was good. We got to know a lot of players, who don’t usually come out of their rooms,” a- he added on the eve of the IPL opener.
“So we had the teams room, where we used to hang out and relax. Where we used to go out and relax and talk about a lot of things, which was always nice. , in my opinion, has changed compared to the previous year. It’s good to have the company and to have this link “, signed Rohit.
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