This time IPLs will be conducted in a bio-safe environment. The Cricket Board of India (BCCI) is strictly implementing the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the IPL.
Players have to walk in a bio-safe environment. It cannot be used in any way. In such a situation, the players will be cut off from the rest of the world during the entire tournament. The current IPL will start from 19 September and continue till 10 November.
Delhi Capitals (DC) offensive batsman Shikhar Dhawan 'Bio Bubble; But they agree, but they say, 'It's almost like Big Boss.' It is noteworthy that in the Bigg Boss serial, the participants have to live together in the same house for about three months.
However, Dhawan said on a zoom call to Hindustan Times from his hotel room in the UAE, the 'Bio bubble' is good to test our mental strength. ' During the IPL, the world of players will be limited to the hotel, training ground, and match venue. The matches will be held in an empty stadium, which means they will have a lot to compete at every level.
Dhawan says, 'This (bio bubble) is a new thing for everyone, more than a challenge ... I see it as an opportunity to improve in every aspect. I keep entertaining myself. I take it positively. Talking about the success of the tournament, Dhawan said, how the player takes this new situation, his success depends on it.
He says, 'It depends entirely on how a person talks to himself. You can be your best friend… if not you can be a victim of that environment, you can have 10 people who are positive around you, but if you are not your friend, no help. Can do.
The 34-year-old opener Dhawan will return to competitive cricket after January. In the IPL, his team Delhi Capitals will start their campaign against the Kings XI Punjab on Sunday. (All photos - from the Twitter handle of Delhi Capitals)