You require a rest: T20 World Cup 2021: India pacer Jasprit Bumrah claimed that bio-bubble tiredness might sneak into players’ minds due to their busy schedules, but that India doesn’t pay attention to it when they take the field for the showpiece event.
Bio-bubble fatigue sneaks into players’ heads, according to India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, as they strive to adjust to the new normal of playing the sport in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. The players definitely feel the pressure of being away from their families, according to Bumrah, but they don’t think about it until they step out on the field to represent India.
You require a rest: India were thrashed by New Zealand by 8 wickets in their T20 World Cup Super 12 match in Dubai on Sunday, prompting Jasprit Bumrah’s comments. The humiliating setback came just a week after Virat Kohli’s team were thrashed by Pakistan by 10 wickets in their Super 12 opener.
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has taken good care of the players during these trying times, according to Bumrah, but it’s difficult for players to manage their duties while being away from their loved ones due to the pandemic.
When asked if the short turnaround period between the second half of the IPL 2021 and the T20 World Cup in the UAE causes bio-bubble fatigue in players, Bumrah stated, “Absolutely, you need a break.”
“After 6 months on the road, you start to miss your family. All of this lingers in the back of your mind from time to time. When you’re on the field, however, you don’t have time to think about all of that. You don’t have control over all of those aspects, such as tournament scheduling and so on.”
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