Mumbai Indians paceman Jasprit Bumrah has landed in Dubai along with his spouse and sports activities presenter Sanjana Ganesan forward of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 resumption on Sunday (September 19). Defending champions MI will tackle MS Dhoni’s Chennai Tremendous Kings with the primary recreation in Dubai on Sunday.
The MI cricketers other than Bumrah and Sanjana, which embrace skipper Rohit Sharma and his household and Suryakumar Yadav arrived in UAE on Saturday (September 11) after the fifth and last Check between India and England in Manchester was cancelled attributable to COVID-19 scare. All MI cricketers haven’t entered six day quarantine earlier than they are often allowed to coach with remainder of their teammates.
Sanjana Ganesan, who may even resume her commitments with host broadcasters Star Sports activities in UAE, posted a few lovely footage from his resort room whereas serving quarantine on Sunday (September 12).
Verify the photographs from Sanjana Ganesan’s Instagram story right here…
The official web site of the franchise launched an announcement, which learn, “Mumbai Indians flew in three of its Indian contingent members, captain Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, and Suryakumar Yadav, to Abu Dhabi on a non-public constitution flight.”
“The trio, together with their households, arrived immediately morning and can now endure 6 days laborious quarantine, beginning immediately as per the IPL’s pointers. All members had returned unfavourable RT PCR outcomes earlier than departure. A brand new RT PCR check was undertaken upon arrival at Abu Dhabi, which got here out unfavourable as nicely,” it additional added.
The franchise additionally shared some footage of its official Twitter deal with.
It is BOOM o’ clock in Abu Dhabi
Welcome again, JB & Sanjana! #OneFamily #MumbaiIndians #IPL2021 @SanjanaGanesan @Jaspritbumrah93 pic.twitter.com/UYylOOPZ7j
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) September 11, 2021
The thirteenth season of the IPL, which was postponed in Might this 12 months within the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, will resume on Sunday.