There are now two days left for IPL 2021 to begin. All the teams are almost ready. The first match of the IPL will be played in the evening on April 9, when Mumbai Indians and RCB will be face to face. On the same day, on 10 April, there will be a contest between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Delhi Capitals. However, before this, some IPL players and staff members of the stadium have become Corona positive, so there were some apprehensions. At the same time, given the Corona virus itself, some foreign players had also withdrawn their names from the IPL. Now BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has made his point clear about this whole matter.
Former captain of the Indian cricket team and now BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has said that Indian cricketers are more tolerant than foreign players in terms of handling bio bubble and pressure in general. Sourav Ganguly said during the virtual unveiling of mental health service center in Kolkata that we feel that we Indians are a bit more tolerant than other cricketers. I have played with a lot of British, Australian, Caribbean players. They sacrifice mental health.
Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly said that in the last six-seven months, there is so much cricket going on in the bio-bubble, it is difficult. Just going from the hotel room to the grounds, handle the pressure and come back to the room and then go back. It is a different life. Sourav Ganguly gave the example of the Australian team who decided not to go to South Africa due to fear of Kovid-19. Sourav Ganguly said look at the Australian team. After the series with India in Australia, he was going to go to South Africa but he did not go there due to fear of Corona.