IPL 2021: “Battle with COVID-19 was a difficult phase.”- Amit Mishra

Amit Mishra shares his insights after battling COVID-19

The Indian Premier League was postponed due to the COVID-19 scare that affected the camp. Amit Mishra, senior bowler of the Delhi Capitals had tested positive for COVID-19 at that time. Now that the tournament is about to resume on 19th September, the bowler recounts the battle with the disease. Amit Mishra, who was diagnosed with Covid-19 during the first leg of the Indian Premier League (IPL), said that the recovery from the deadly virus was the most difficult part.

The bowler shares that post the suspension of the IPL, he focused on his recovery. As per the doctor’s advice, he had improved his fitness slowly and steadily. Mishra also shared that, “I trained on my own and didn’t go close to anybody after recovery. I got some gym equipment such as a treadmill and set them up at my home as well because I didn’t want to train in a public gym,”

Now, Amit Mishra has recovered from COVID-19 and preparing for a strong comeback with the Delhi Capitals. The team has done well in the first phase of the tournament. Even as the tournament restarts, all the teams will have to start afresh and have an equal chance in the competition.

The Delhi Capitals are set to take on the Sunrisers Hyderabad on September 22. All the best to the Delhi Capitals and Amit Mishra for the UAEW leg of the tournament!

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