Before departing for Mumbai for a 2-month long Indian Premier League, Axar Patel posted a cute picture of him with his pet dog Gucci at the Ahmedabad airport. While sharing the picture, Axar wrote in the caption, asking Delhi Capitals management the permission to allow his dog in the bio-bubble. Watch: Prithvi Shaw plays Table Tennis with coach Pravin Amre
"Hey @DelhiCapitals, can I take my @gucciboy2026 with me in a bubble? Axar wrote in the caption. Ishant's wife Pratima, who's quite fond of dogs, was quick to comment, "Actually the dogs should be allowed."
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The duo engaged in a conversation regarding dogs as Axar replied her, "App bhi complain karo shayad thoda sunle (You should also complain. Maybe they'll hear you)"
Following this, Pratima replied him again, saying that she'll prepare a complain letter citing a special request from Ishant Sharma and Axar Patel.
Axar Patel shares his quarantine workout and Ishan Kishan can't stop laughing
The player for whom Test cricket seemed to be easy, Axar Patel, is currently undergoing mandatory 7-days quarantine ahead of IPL 2021 in Mumbai. The Delhi Capitals all-rounder landed in Mumbai from his hometown Ahmedabad yesterday and has been quarantining in the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.
The southpaw shared the video of his quarantine workout and surprisingly, he was sleeping in the entire duration of the video. Axar wrote in the caption: "My quarantine workout. Keep clam and carry on #quarantinelife #quarantineday2."
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As soon as the video was uploaded, his teammates and friends found it funny and they quickly left a comment. Ishan Kishan was the first one to comment as he wrote "Hahahahahaha." He was followed by Parthiv Patel, who said that he was waiting to see Axar running, cycing and doing weights. India's latest debutant in T20Is, Rahul Chahar, also commented: "Kaise kar lete ho Akshar Bhai (How can you do this?)"
Axar Patel was a key bowler in Delhi Capitals' last year success as they were defeated by Mumbai Indians in the final. In the season, Axar was quite economical with the ball as he picked up 9 wickets at a staggering economy of 6.41 runs per over.