IPL Franchises,Mumbai Indians or India’s limited overs vice captain Rohit Sharma shared his experiences about return to cricket. Rohit Sharma plays for mumbai in domestic cricket and captains Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League as a right handed batsman.
As we know after a hiatus of few months due to covid 19 pandemic, cricketing action set to return again as IPL is scheduled to take place in UAE from september 19.All the IPL franchises and IPL players already started the preparation.whether is Franchises or IPL players everyone is posted about the excitement of IPL 2020 on the social media platforms.
IPL 2020:Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma talks about his return to cricket
On Monday,Mumbai Indians took to micro blogging site Twitter and shared a post of Hitman -Rohit Sharma. Rohit Sharma Said It is the longest gap that i have ever had in my career without holding a bat, Ifeel physically stronger than ever because of the last four months.While sharing the post Mumbai Indians wrote” Stronger and MIghtier as Hitman talks about his return to cricket
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) August 10, 2020
Meanwhile,according to the sources, BCCI will be issuing an Expression of Interest today for the IPL 2020 Title Sponsorships.
The Indian cricket board wants to complete the process latest by the next week so that they can focus on the execution of the IPL 2020 in UAE.
The main area of debate for the board was whether to keep any base price for the IPL title sponsorship or not. According to the InsideSport sources, after thorough deliberation it has been decided that the EOI will not carry any base price and board will leave it on the market to decide the price for the IPL title sponsor. The sources further informed InsideSport that the BCCI would be satisfied with a bid of 180-200 Cr.