October 21, 2021



Axar Patel, Devdutt Padikkal in headlines as COVID-19 threat looms large

In front of the beginning of the Indian Head Group (IPL) 2021 with a conflict between reigning champs Mumbai Indians and Imperial Challengers Bangalore in Chennai on Friday, the money rich association has ended up in a spot in view of numerous positive Coronavirus tests in various establishments’ camps.

Aside starting from the earliest stage and occasion supervisors at Mumbai’s Wankhede Arena, a few players like Axar Patel and Devdutt Padikkal have been burdened as well.

Nitish Rana (Kolkata Knight Riders)

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) batsman Nitish Rana had tried positive for Coronavirus on Walk 22 subsequent to joining the crew in the group inn in Mumbai the earlier day. According to IPL convention, he was tried for the infection a month ago, during his isolate and the report showed that he was asymptomatic. On April 1, the 27-year-old lefthander tried negative and KKR affirmed that “he would be completely fit well before the beginning of the season.”Devdutt Padikkal (Regal Challengers Bangalore)

Regal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) opener Devdutt Padikkal tried positive for Coronavirus on Walk 22 and as per an establishment articulation on April 7, he came out negative in the most recent round of testing. Subsequent to isolating himself for around fourteen days at his home in Bengaluru, the 20-year-old rejoined the group on Wednesday. “The RCB clinical group was in steady touch with Devdutt to guarantee his wellbeing and prosperity,” the establishment expressed in a release.Delhi Capitals (DC) all-rounder Axar Patel tried positive for Coronavirus on April 3, six days before the beginning of the new version of the competition. Affirming the news, Delhi Capitals said in an articulation, “He had looked into the group lodging in Mumbai on Walk 28, 2021, with a negative report. His report from the second Coronavirus test came positive.” The left-arm spinner is presently in disconnection at a “assigned clinical consideration office” and according to the BCCI’s conventions, he might be permitted to rejoin his colleagues after he tests negative for the contamination.

Daniel Sams (Illustrious Challengers Bangalore)

Imperial Challengers Bangalore (RCB) bowling all-rounder Daniel Sams, who made his IPL debut last season for Delhi Capitals, tried positive for Coronavirus on April 7. “Daniel Sams looked into the group lodging in Chennai on April 3 with a negative Coronavirus report on appearance. His report from the second test on April 7 came positive,” RCB said in an explanation. The establishment likewise said that it will keep on observing Sams’ wellbeing during his detachment according to BCCI’s conventions.

Prior on April 6, Mumbai Indians’ wicket-keeping specialist and headhunter Kiran More had additionally tried positive for the infection, however any remaining individuals from the reigning champs’ crew returned negative reports.Because of the new Coronavirus spike in India, the BCCI has chosen to test everybody in the IPL bio-bubble consistently rather than each third day, just like the case a year ago. There is currently a different bio-bubble for ground staff and caretakers.