IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians take pleasure in the sun and the sand in Abu Dhabi
The four-time title winners’ relax on the beautiful coasts in the UAE
After having gone through the rigours of travel, workouts indoors and on field ahead of the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League, defending champs Mumbai Indians struck the beach to loosen up.
Mumbai Indians’ team slogan ‘One Family’ came alive as the four-time title winners shared photos of players and their households enjoying themselves on the pristine beach in the UAE.
Rohit Sharma, captain of Mumbai Indians, was seen unwinding on the shores along with child Samaira and spouse Ritika while the cricketers also enjoyed playing beach football as well.
Jasprit Bumrah, Aditya Tare and Dhawal Kulkarni were all seen enjoying in the sun and sand.
And while on the topic of chilling out, all-rounder Krunal Pandya provided a virtual trip of the Group Room that has been established at the team hotel, for the Mumbai Indians fans.
The team have a vast array of activities to pick from and are ruined for option, with a basketball shooter, dart board, playstation, chess, board video games, carrom, table tennis, swimming pool table, foot volley and football.
” The basketball game and the majority of the gamers enjoy playing this video game. Here’s another area I guess it’s finest matched to Boom (Bumrah). A dart board to practice your yorkers!” said Pandya.
With a few of the players having taken a trip with their households, there is also a backyard for kids too.
The group room also has a wall with photos of MI fans with the MI flags.
” I know we are certainly going to miss you at the stadium this time. However you are with us, here in our team room. So, this is my preferred wall where a heart is made entirely of MI fans and MI flags. So, this is very special,” he said.
There is also a different area with a music band where Krunal and his bro Hardik plan to find out some instruments.
” Hardik and I have actually even set a target for ourselves to discover these instruments over these two months. So let’s hope, whenever we get time, we will come,” Pandya said.