My cricket love tested me in lockdown, says Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Burmah is India’s finest pacer, and currently, for IPL, he is one of the pace weapons for Mumbai Indians. The player is craving to start playing like the others after waiting for five long months.
In an interview, he told a lot about his current, future, and present state, including sports, lifestyle, and ground practice.
Asked about how he felt when the lockdown was declared, the player said that he felt pretty standard since he is introverted, and socializing is not one of his strong suits. He is thrilled as he shifted to his new house recently, and since 2013, he has never got this much time to spend with his family.
Coming to his practice, he said that earlier, he used to live in a place that had enough space for two accommodate. However, his new house makes him feel lavish and fortunate. Jasprit Bumrah, who belonged to a small village in Jammu, has come a long way in his cricketing career.
He feels lucky to move into his new apartment just before the lockdown. The player likes his new abode, which is flush with gyming equipment and ample space, but training in the ground alongside other players is what he misses the most.
Bumrah revealed that he is a morning person. He indicated that he loves running at the break of the dawn, which provides him enhanced vitality and motivation.
For IPL, he conceded that he is ready, and his team is among the top contenders. He is excited to bowl with Trent Boult, who is also one of the world’s fastest pacers.
For the future, he has Australia’s series lined up, which he calls challenging and important. According to him, the best thing about playing against Australia is that it will never be easy.