Mumbai Indians is not only the most successful team of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) but also is owned by the richest family of India, Ambani’s family. True to its lineage, Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians are living life king-size in Abu Dhabi.
– Mumbai Indians team is living in one of the 7 star property in Abu Dhabi. Rohit & the company is putting up in St Regis, Sadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi. This ultra luxurious property belongs to Marriott Group.
– Team is traveling with barber, tailor and entire production crew exclusively for the MI team
– And if this wasn’t enough, now In a bid to help players bond during their isolation period and also take care of their mental health during tough times, Mumbai Indians, have dished out a sprawling recreation centre which is synced with their secured bio bubble.
The recreation centre have exclusive theatre, pool table, karaoke, lounge and fun games for the team that will gun for its fifth IPL title on September 19th.
— InsideSport (@InsideSportIND) September 1, 2020
IPL 2020 : Mumbai Indians EXCLUSIVE – The Team Room is named – ONE FAMILY
The Team Room – ‘ONE FAMILY’ area, a 15,000 sq ft of recreation centre, was opened to players and family for the first time on Sunday and as per pictures shared by the four-time IPL winners, the likes of skipper Rohit Sharma, all-rounder Hardik Pandya and others were seen having a gala time.
The recreation centre has a theatre, pool table, karaoke, lounge and fun games for players to re-energise their minds as they gear up for the 13th edition of the cash-rich league slated to start from September 19 in the UAE.
Another good news coming from the Mumbai Indians camp is that all players, support staff tested till date from the MI camp have tested negative. In line with the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) issued by the BCCI, all the players and support staff underwent a mandatory six-day quarantine after arriving in the UAE.
RT-PCR tests were conducted on everyone on Day 1, 3 and 6 of the quarantine. The players were already tested multiple times before departure for the UAE. The players and support staff will be tested every fifth day of the tournament.