Ashwin talks about playing in IPL while family battled Covid-19

  • Editorji_ipl
  • English
  • 2021
  • 00h : 00m : 48s

    Audio: English

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<p>Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin&nbsp;said that he had sleepless nights as he contemplated leaving the IPL&nbsp;to be with his family as they battled covid-19 infections. Ashwin&nbsp;had left IPL midway as almost everyone in his family got infected with Covid-19 as the competition was eventually suspended after multiples cases were reported in its bio-bubble. In a video posted on his YouTube&nbsp;channel, Ashwin&nbsp;said that he couldnt sleep for 8-9 days as some of his cousins were admitted to hospital and were serious. Ashwin&nbsp;added that when he left, he had thoughts about&nbsp;whether he will be able to play cricket again or not. The Delhi Capitals spinner is&nbsp;currently in a 14-day quarantine with the Indian team ahead of their England tour&nbsp;where they play the World Test Championship final and a 5-Test series vs England.&nbsp;</p>