Johannesburg: South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada compared the biologically safe bio bubble to a ‘prison with all facilities’ in which he stayed during the Indian Premier League in the United Arab Emirates but said That they are ‘still lucky’ in the atmosphere of Kovid-19 because millions of people have lost their livelihood during this period.
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The 25-year-old fast bowler, while playing for the Delhi Capitals, claimed the highest 30 wickets in the IPL, which was runner-up. Now he is ready to enter another ‘bio-bubble’. The team is on a tour of England for the white ball series from Friday.
Rabada said in the virtual press conference before the series, ‘This can be very difficult. You can not chat. You get lost in your own freedom. It is almost like a full-fledged jail (luxury-equipped prison). But we have to remind ourselves that we are lucky.
The South African bowler said, “People have lost their jobs, people are struggling right now, so we should be thankful for the opportunity given to us to make some money and do what we do.”