Kapil Dev, who won the World Cup for the first time for the Indian cricket team on the second day of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2020, spoke to Sports Writer and Journalist Ayaz Menon. During this time, Kapil Dev discussed the ‘bio-bubble’ created by the Corona virus epidemic and the IPL 2020. He said that the best thing happening in the Corona era is that cricket is slowly reaching normal levels and the IPL was organized. During this, he also talked about the benefits caused by IPL.
Praising the IPL tournament, the former Indian captain said that because of this league, our young players are benefitting immensely. Along with this, he also said that one should not always focus on T20 cricket. Of course it is looking for money and young players for our cricket board but we should not play the traditional format. He said that tempo should be maintained on Test cricket as Test cricket is an art.
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On the question of players from India and other countries playing IPL after about six months, Kapil Dev said that all these players should salute as all of them were playing very diligently in the IPL in the midst of Corona era crisis. Although there were some players who could not perform well but that is fine. Talking about ‘bio-bubble’, Kapil Dev said that it is very difficult for the players because most of the cricketers play 8-10 cricket. In such a situation, when he comes out of ‘bio-bubble’, it will become very difficult for him to live a normal life.
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