Rishabh Pant is in isolation in Mumbai along with other teammates. (Instagram)
Young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant has shared a video in which when he walks with the help of his hands, he picks up analyst Hari Mohan and starts swirling around. He is currently in isolation in Mumbai with teammates of Team India.
New Delhi. The Indian cricket team is currently preparing for the upcoming World Test Championship Final (WTC 2021 Final) against New Zealand. The final of this ICC tournament is to be played in Southampton, England from June 18. For this, a 20-member Indian team will leave for Britain on June 2. At present, Indian players are in mandatory isolation of two weeks in Mumbai. Meanwhile, young wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is keeping full focus on his fitness. He has shared a video of himself on Instagram in which he is seen walking upside down with the help of his hand.
Team India will also play a five-match Test series starting in August. Rishabh Pant could be India’s first choice as a wicketkeeper for the England tour. He is currently training hard with the rest of the team in Mumbai. 23-year-old Pant shared a video on Instagram, in which he is seen doing handstand with difficulty.
Pant, who took over the captaincy of Delhi Capitals in the first phase of IPL-2021 played in hosting India, works hard on training. However, in between, he also does some fun stunts. In the meantime, he was seen lifting the team’s analyst Hari Prasad Mohan. Pant made him go round and round and then he was seen laughing fiercely. This video of him has been posted by a user on Twitter.
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The Indian team will take on New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship from June 18-22 at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton. New Zealand’s team has already reached Britain for the bilateral Test series against England, while Virat Kohli-led team India will leave for England on June 2 after completing 14 days of isolation in Mumbai.