IPL 2020: This rookie player of Rajasthan Royals wants to be free from bio bubble, has become upset


New Delhi After the corona virus epidemic, a bio-bubble environment is being created for every series and every tournament, because it can prevent the corona virus. During this time players are not allowed to go outside a limited circle and if a player goes out then action is taken against him. Jofra Archer was dropped from the team for a match by the England team, as they went home for a while on their way from one city to another. Archer has once again said that he now wants to be free from the bio bubble.

England fast bowler Joffra Archer is currently playing for the Rajasthan Royals franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL) released in the UAE. He spent about three months in the bio-safe environment of England this year. However, he was dropped from the squad for the second Test against the West Indies in July, as he broke the bio bubble protocol, which resulted in him being fined. Archer told the British media about his tenure in IPL 2020, “I am just counting the days till I go free now.”

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Joffra Archer, who has taken 17 wickets in 12 matches of IPL 2020 as well as picking up a few runs off the bat, has said, “I really want a calendar that makes me feel like the days are moving fast. It’s cricket. It’s a little better than being stuck on the field. You’re not on the field, but you still can’t get away from cricket. ” Several players, including his compatriot and World Cup winner Eoin Morgan, have raised concerns about the environment of bio bubbles affecting the mental health of the players.



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