IPL 2021: Adam Zampa tells India's bio-bubble the most unsafe

Apr 28 2021 04:47 PM
IPL 2021: Adam Zampa tells India's bio-bubble the most unsafe

New Delhi: Australian spinner Adam Zampa has said that the bio-bubble built for the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) is the most vulnerable he has seen during the corona epidemic in India. Adam Zampa has and ken Richardson left the 14th season of IPL midway and returned to Australia for personal reasons.

Both players were part of the RCB team captained by Royal Challengers Bangalore, Virat Kohli. Adam Zampa told the Sydney Morning Herald that we've been in some bubble I think it's probably the most vulnerable. Adam Zampa further said that the tournament should have been held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as was the case last time. Adam Zampa said, "IPL is being played in India, because of this, there is more fear. We are always asked here to be more protective of hygiene".

Zampa said, "I think India's bio-bubble is the most vulnerable". He further said "He was not the case in the IPL that took place in Dubai six months ago. I think he was much more secure. Personally, I am of the opinion that this time too, IPL should have been made there, but sometimes it involves politics and so on".

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