IPL 2021: Virat Kohli takes a break from the bio-bubble after IND vs ENG ODI Series Pune, Mumbai, Nothing like home before heading to Chennai | Virat Kohli broke bio bubble ahead of IPL 2021, expressed happiness when reaching Mumbai

New Delhi: After the end of the ODI series between India and England (IND vs ENG), Virat Kohli wants to make a comeback in IPL 2021, but in this mega T20 championship. He reached Mumbai before joining.

Kohli happy to come home

Virat Kohli got out of his bio bubble in Pune and went to his apartment in Mumbai (Mumbai). After arriving here, he shared an Instagram story in which he is sitting on the balcony of his apartment. He wrote: ‘Nothing like home’

Mahasangram of April 9

IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) begins April 9. On that day, Virat Kohli’s RCB will face Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indian team. The opening match will be played at Chepauk Ground in Chennai.

RCB will join the camp on April 1.

RCB franchise captain Virat Kohli will join his team’s camp on April 1 for the 2021 IPL. After that, the team will begin training in Chennai from two days later. Many of the team’s players have already made it.

Kohli will be in quarantine for a week

According to the Cricinfo report, it is believed that Kohli will have to remain in quarantine for a week, and then only after that will he enter the bio bubble. After the 3-game ODI series against England ended, Kohli left the bio bubble in Pune. He had been in the bio bubble since the end of January.

What is the bio bubble?

Given the risk of the coronavirus epidemic, a special area is prepared for all the players, coaches, support staff and match officials of a team, it is called “ Bio Bubble ”. There is no contact from any outside person in this area.

‘Difficult to live in an organic bubble’

Questioning the game schedules after the third ODI, Virat Kohli said officials should focus on this, as it is difficult to play in the bio bubble. Kohli said after the third ODI victory over England on Sunday that the schedules should be given special attention going forward.

‘Need to pay attention to the schedule’

Virat Kohli said: “We should pay attention to the programs in the future, especially at a time when it is difficult to play in the bio bubble and when everyone does not always have the same mental capacities. I am sure these things will be discussed in the future.

Team India busy schedule

The Indian team’s schedule has been quite busy recently. Following IPL 2020 in November last year, Team India traveled to Australia and played a series of all formats, then played a series of Test, T20 and ODI matches against England in the country. . He played 8 tests, 6 ODIs and 8 T20 games during this period.

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