IPL 2021: Big disclosure of RCB bowler Yuzvendra Chahal, if IPL is not postponed, then leave the tournament in the middle

Yuzvendra Chahal (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Mumbai: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) veteran bowler Yuzvendra Chahal has made a big disclosure. He said in an interview that if the IPL had not been postponed due to Corona, then he himself was going to withdraw his name from the tournament. Chahal had made complete plans to take a break from IPL 2021. In fact, Chahal’s parents were hit by Coronavirus, after which Chahal made this decision. IPL 2021 KKR vs RCB: Match between KKR and RCB postponed, these 3 players found Corona infected


Chahal said that his parents were alone at home and had become corona. On 3 May, he was found to be Corona positive and the IPL was suspended a day later. Chahal was in a bio-bubble with his wife Dhanashree Verma. Chahal’s mother had recovered but her father’s oxygen level had come down. For this reason, Yuzvendra Chahal was not able to focus on the game properly.

Chahal said that my father’s oxygen level had fallen to 85-86 and we had to shift him to the hospital. He returned home from the hospital yesterday but his result is still positive. The good thing is that the oxygen level has now reached 95-96, which is a great relief for us. They will take 7-10 days to recover. Yuzvendra Chahal told that when Corona cases started appearing continuously in the IPL bubble, he felt that it would have to be postponed.


Please tell that Chahal could not do anything special in this season. He took only 4 wickets in 7 matches. Yuzvendra Chahal can now accompany the team on Sri Lanka tour. In Sri Lanka, Team India has to take part in T20 and ODI series. If Chahar has to play in the final of the T20 World Cup to be held this year, then he will have to perform well.


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