Rishabh Pant was very relieved by BCCI’s decision and said why it was necessary to get out of the biobubble.

In the era of Corona virus, it has been a more challenging task for cricketers to enter the playground. Many players have talked about their mental health being affected due to the bio bubble. However, now the BCCI has announced that it will relieve its players. The series being played between India and South Africa (INDvSA) will take place without a biobubble. Team India star cricketer Rishabh Pant has welcomed this decision by BCCI.

Goalkeeper-batsman Pant is currently in Delhi with the India team. The series between India and South Africa kicks off from June 9 at Arun Jaitley Stadium. Pant says that he feels good about being a part of the series without the biobubble. “It’s a great feeling to be out of Bio-Bubble and I hope there won’t be a Bio-Bubble-like situation anymore, so I’m really happy to hear that,” he said.

Pant believes that it is very important for cricketers to rest. The star player said: “When you keep playing all year, especially with the kind of pressure that’s important for your mind to rest. If you can’t refresh your mind, you won’t give 100 percent.” We have to keep working on ourselves, so you stay fresh.”

When asked about his batting, the young cricketer said that he wants to be called a wicketkeeper-batsman. He further said: “Every time I enter the field, I always try to give my one hundred percent, but I have always been a goalkeeper-batsman, because I started keeping from childhood, because my father was also a goalkeeper. That’s how I started. gate maintenance.

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