New Delhi: IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) was intercepted due to the increasing impact of the second wave of Corona virus. In this big league, players and staff members were constantly getting infected with Corona, due to which this big decision has been taken. Sunrisers Hyderabad’s wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha was also one of those who got infected with Corona during the 14th season of IPL.
Better told to UAE’s bio-bubble
Wriddhiman Saha has indicated that the bio-bubble prepared for IPL 14 was not as impregnable as that of the UAE last year. Saha thus became the first Indian player to publicly question the strictness of the controlled environment. Saha was one of the players who succumbed to the Kovid-19 infection. The league’s 14th season was suspended mid-way after several cases of infection between players and support staff who were part of the bio-bubble.
In a second interview given to PTI, Saha spoke about the cases of infection in a biologically safe environment in India and said that it would have been better if the IPL had been in the UAE like last year. Saha said, “It is the job of the stakeholders to assess it but I will only say that during our training in UAE last year no person was present, not even the field workers.”
People used to exist in India
He said, ‘People used to be present here, children were peeping through the nearby walls. I don’t want to comment too much but we saw how relaxed IPL got in UAE in 2020 and then it started in India this year when the cases were increasing. ‘ The veteran Bengal cricketer arrived at his home in Kolkata after spending 14 days in a quarantine at a hotel in Delhi and made himself available for selection in the squad for the upcoming tour of England. On the bio-bubble, Saha said, ‘I don’t know what would have happened but certainly I think it would have been better if it had been in the UAE this time too. All stakeholders have to think about it.
Ok now saha
Saha (Wriddhiman Saha) was found to be Kovid-19 positive on 4 May and IPL 2021 was postponed indefinitely on the same day. The wicketkeeper batsman said that he has recovered completely and no one is feeling weak. He said, ‘I am doing normal work, there is no fatigue, body pain or any kind of weakness. But when I do match training, only then will I know how my body is responding.
On his battle with the virus, Saha (Wriddhiman Saha) said, ‘I had some mild fever in the first few days, after five days I was not smelling anything but after four days I started feeling. Currently I am doing regular fitness activities at home, but the actual fitness training will start after joining the team in Mumbai.