By Nitin Srivastava
New Delhi , India. September 11 Morning India: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) spinner Yuzvendra Chahal feels that this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) will be very different from the usual as there are many challenges for players to deal with due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the spinner, players who are mentally prepared for the bio-secure environment will have an upper hand in the competition.
Speaking to ANI, Chahal said, “Training and living in the bubble is very different but we are getting to practice and nothing more than that is needed. These are not normal times and even before the positive cases inside the bubble, precautions were of the utmost level.”
When asked about staying in a bio-secure bubble throughout the year during the international tour, Chahal replied: “Yes, I’m mentally prepared to be in the bubble till the situation all over gets back to normal.”
Chahal also pointed that it isn’t about individual glory and he wants the team to do well. “I’m not thinking too much about the purple cap. I just want to do well and contribute in any way I can for my team whenever I get the chance to perform,” he added.