the right-arm fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar

While it’s always motivating with fans cheering all around the stadium, the right-arm fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar says the current situation is quite contradictory. As the cricket action for Indians returns back soon with IPL, it most probably is expected to be held without spectators. However, it will be new and so different for the players including Bhuvi.

This Indian pacer says that the break since the coronavirus pandemic started in March allowed him to have all the time with his family at home in Noida. He also added that the cricketers generally have limited time to spend with family, but now it’s quite different. He further added that he has been managing things to maintain proper fitness at home since 4 months.

Bhuvneshwar has been attracting huge applause in recent times across different tournaments with significant bowling performances. He now focuses on getting through the hard times with an open window for the IPL to be taking place from September 19, with the Government of India yet to approve the schedule taking place in UAE.

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