The Indian Cricket Team is currently undergoing quarantine at a Hotel in Mumbai and is set to depart for England on June 2. The members of the Indian squad arrived in Mumbai in three batches – One from South India (Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderbad), the other from Northen India on May 19 and the third batch consisted of players who lived in Mumbai like skipper Virat Kohli, vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane, etc and joined the bubble on May 25.
All the players have been undergoing strict isolation and once they return multiple negative tests, they are allowed to train in the gym. The team will board the flight to London on June 2 and upon arrival, they will head to Southampton, where they will undergo another three days of hard quarantine, before they’re allowed to train on the ground.
The members of the first and second batch, which arrived on May 19, have returned three negative Tests and have been allowed to train in the gym. Various players shared their gym sessions, and the most exciting one was of India’s newest sensation Rishabh Pant, who displays a lot of skills when he’s training.
One such was lifting Team India’s Analyst Hari and Pant even managed to turn him upside down and rotated him in a full circular motion, all while holding him in his hands. Pant shared the video in his Instagram story and Hari, the Analyst, was quick to repost the video in his story and wrote: “Contact @rishabhpant for free 360 degree pendulum rides.”
Here are some pictures:
A long English summer awaits Team India
The Indian Cricket Team will play against New Zealand in the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) Final. It will be a one-off Test match, which will be played in Southampton from June 18. Following this, the team will stay in England for around 40 days before beginning the historic five-match Test series against England.
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