The IPL 2021 will begin on Friday with Mumbai Indians locking horns towards Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
And Rohit is completely satisfied that he’s attending to play cricket which is the one factor issues for him on the finish of the day.
“A lot of people are going through hard times, a lot of people are not able to work. Not able to do what they like to. At least we’re lucky that we’re getting to do what we like. But I am happy playing cricket which is what I love at the end of the day,” stated Rohit within the video posted on Mumbai Indians’ Twitter deal with.
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The 32-year-old additionally identified how bubble life helped him create good recollections throughout the thirteenth version of the cash-rich league which wasn’t the case earlier than the pandemic grappled your entire world.
“If we have to adjust, we have to adjust. And try and see how you can get the best out of this bubble life as well. Like we’ve had some good times in the bubble. Especially during the IPL in the UAE, we had some solid memories that we created in the UAE,” stated Rohit.
“Plus the bubble life in Australia and now in India, when we played against England, it was good. We got to know a lot of players, who usually don’t come out of their room,” he additional stated on the eve of the IPL opener.
“So we had the team room, where we used to go out and chill. Where we used to go out and chill and talk about a lot of stuff, which was always nice. Which is something I feel has changed from the previous year. It’s nice to have the company around and have that bonding going,” Rohit signed off.