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Suryakumar Yadav Gives A Tour Of Mumbai Indians’ Team Room
By CricShots - Apr 7, 2021 4:42 pm
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Suryakumar Yadav gave a tour of Mumbai Indians’ “magical” team room to the fans, giving a lowdown on all the activities on offer. The star batsman while showing fans around also revealed which players or members of staff are good at a particular game. Pointing at two screens with video games plugged in, Suryakumar says “this is the Ishan Kishan zone”.

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Suryakumar Yadav in MI’s team room

While moving towards the Table Tennis table, Suryakumar Yadav revealed that “two of our legends” Zaheer Khan and Robin Singh spend a lot of time playing the sport before moving on to the family wall. Suryakumar, though, wasn’t done yet. He then walks into another plush room which contained car racing simulators, a foosball table, a dartboard, and a mini basketball game. The right-hander reveals that the racing simulators “belong to the Pandya brothers” — Hardik and Krunal.

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In the video posted by Mumbai Indians, “They have a very healthy competition between them. Whenever you see both of them sitting with the wheel in their hand, you will love watching them.” Then pointing at the dartboard and Yadav said, “I feel this area belongs to Jasprit Bumrah”.

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Mumbai Indians’ preparations for the upcoming season of the IPL are in full swing. The defending champions face a tricky test in their opening game, also the season opener. They take on Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore on April 9 in Chennai.

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Mumbai Indians registered a Delhi Capitals in the final last year to clinch a record-extending fifth IPL title. They have another record in their sights. If Mumbai wins IPL 2021, they will become the first team in the tournament’s history to win the coveted title three times in a row.