With IPL 2021 just 28 days away from its resumption, the teams are giving their all on the field during the practice sessions. While teams like Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians have already started their net sessions in the gulf nation, Royal Challengers Bangalore are among the sides who will depart late for UAE. Amidst all, the social media handles of all the teams are keeping the fans updated with the latest happenings around their respective teams.
Five-time champions Mumbai Indians, who kicked off their practice session on Friday after completing their mandatory quarantine, have shared a video of their new team room ahead of IPL 2021 phase 2 in the gulf nation. Apart from several gaming equipment, the room also features a wall wherein the players have been allocated personal spaces which boasts of the photographs of their memorable moments.
Have a look at MI's new room:
Kishan plays an amazing switch hit during practice
It would not be wrong to say that Ishan Kishan is turning into a more dangerous batsman with each passing day. Confidence is just another important aspect of the player. With similar self-belief, the player stepped into the nets and played a few gorgeous shots during the practice session of Mumbai Indians on Friday.
In a video shared by MI on social media, the audacious southpaw could be seen timing a switch hit to perfection.
Mumbai occupy 4th spot in IPL 2021 points table
The Rohit Sharma-led side has had an average campaign in the first phase of IPL 2021 wherein the team managed to stay at the fourth spot when the tournament got postponed. It should be noted that the resumption of the 14th edition of the tournament will happen with the game between Mumbai Indians and their bitter rivals Chennai Super Kings who are at the second spot in the points table.
Talking about other teams, Delhi Capitals, under new captain Rishabh Pant, are at the top spot after winning 6 out of the 8 games. They have two points more than that of CSK. It would be interesting to see if the return of Shreyas Iyer would force any changes in the captaincy role. Meanwhile, the third place in the table is occupied by Virat Kohli's RCB.