Virat Kohli has said that cricketers suffer during the chronovirus epidemic after several months of safe “bubble” life, as they come under the highly stressful environment of the Indian Premier League. One of the most disciplined captains of the game, Kohli defeated England by seven runs in a thrilling decider to win the ODI series 2–1 in Pune on Sunday. Players from both teams will immediately join their team for the world’s richest franchise T20 tournament starting in April which starts on 9 April and all will have to lift the restrictions again in the “bubble” of the IPL. .
Kohli said, “We need to see the future in the future, because playing in a ‘bubble’ for two-three months is a very difficult task.”
“You can’t expect to be on the same level of mental strength. Sometimes you cook and you feel a little change.
“I am sure things will be discussed and things will change in the future.
“But here is a different tournament, it is facing new challenges in the IPL.”
Since August, most international players have been banned from staying within the bio-safe “bubble”, with only a short break.
From September to January, the Indian players went through a similar quarantine and delayed the start of the UAE from the UAE and cut off their tour to Australia, the short-break home England series, which included four Tests, five Twenty20 matches and three. Were included. International Day.
The rest of England’s rotation policy ensured that the players took a break during their three-month tour of Sri Lanka, where they played two Tests and India.
Bubble and back
England beat Sri Lanka 2–0 but India trailed 3–1 in Tests and 3–2 in the Twenty20 series.
England players including Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (both Rajasthan Royals), Johnny Bairstow (Sunrisers Hyderabad) and Sunday batsman Sam Curran (Chennai Super Kings) are all set to join the IPL.
Butler said he is “excited” to take part in the tournament, which runs until May 30. He said that England’s management put the players in top mental and physical condition.
“It is great that everyone’s health is really taken care of and they come out of the ‘bubble’ whenever possible,” said Butler, who captained the injured Eoin Morgan in the last two ODIs.
“So we are all very grateful for the help in those situations and that’s how we plan to move forward.” This player is going to be a part of Kalyan. “
Karna said he was “fresh” after returning home during the four Tests, scoring an unbeaten 95 in the final ODI.
“This is another learning series for me, really fun and I think it gave me a lot of confidence to go into the IPL,” said Karna. After the performance. To win, 330 was reduced to 200-7 chase.
England, which has already played six Tests in 2021, has a tight calendar and is scheduled to play the other 12 Tests by January 2022, five against India, two against New Zealand and five Ashes Tests in Australia.
They will also play a limited-overs series at home against Sri Lanka and Pakistan before returning to India for the Twenty20 World Cup in October.
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