IPL: The spinner of Kohli’s RCB team raised the question, said – India did not feel safe.

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Ahmedabad: Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa has given a big statement saying that he was not feeling safe in India during the IPL. Adam Zampa said that he decided to leave the IPL in the middle, because in all the places he has been in the bio bubble till now, India’s bio bubble was ‘most vulnerable’. Adam Jampa said, ‘IPL 2021 should have been held in the UAE just like last year.’

Adam Zampa raised questions

Adam Jampa was included in the team of Royal Challengers Bangalore, captained by Virat Kohli. Along with Adam Jampa, another Australian player Ken Richardson left the IPL in the middle. Adam Zampa told the Sydney Morning Herald that he felt safer in the UAE, where the tournament was held last year, but not in India at all.

Zampa told India to be unsafe

Adam Zampa said, ‘We have been part of the safe bio bubble so far in many places and I think this (India’s bio bubble) is the most unsafe. I think this is due to this happening in India, we are always told about cleanliness here and extra vigilance has to be taken. I felt that I was the most vulnerable here.

Jampa raised questions on the conduct of IPL

The leg-spinner said, ‘The IPL was held in Dubai six months ago, so we did not feel insecure at all there. I felt very safe there. Personally, I felt that it would have been a better option for this IPL as well, but of course a lot of politics was also associated with it.

Adam Zampa did not get a single match

Adam Zampa said, ‘Of course this year also T20 World Cup is to be held in India. Probably the next discussion in the cricket world will be on this. Six months is a long time. Adam Jampa has not got a single match to play in the current IPL season. He was bought by the team for one and a half crores of rupees. He said that for several reasons he decided to withdraw from the IPL.

Adam Zampa said, ‘Of course the situation related to Kovid here is very bad. Of course I did not even get a chance to play in the team, I was going for training and I was not getting any motivation. Adam Zampa said, “If a family member is struggling with death, then he probably does not care about cricket.”

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