Although many cricketers have spoken about how difficult life can be inside a bio-secure climate, Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma spoke about the positives that a player can take while in the bubble during the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday. The IPL 2021 will begin 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 content with the fact that he is able to play cricket, which is all that matters to him at the end of the day.
“Many people are going through difficult times, and many of them are unable to function. They are unable to do what they want. In the very least, we’re fortunate in that we get to do something we enjoy. But, at the end of the day, I’m content playing cricket, which is my passion “Rohit said this in a video posted on the Mumbai Indians’ Twitter account.
The 32-year-old also mentioned how bubble life helped him make positive memories during the 13th edition of the cash-rich league, which wasn’t the case until the pandemic hit the entire globe.
“We must adapt if we are to succeed. Also, try to figure out how to make the most of your bubble life. In the bubble, it seems like we’ve had some nice moments. We made some lasting memories in the UAE, especially during the IPL “Rohit said.
“Plus, the bubble life in Australia and now in India was great when we played England. We met a couple of players who don’t normally come out of their rooms, and we got to meet them “On the eve of the IPL opener, he said.
“We had a team lounge where we could hang out and relax. Where we used to hang out and chat about a variety of topics, which was really enjoyable. Which, in comparison to the previous year, I believe has improved. It’s good to have the business here and to be able to bond with them “Rohit hung up the phone.