IPL 2021: CSK’s Robin Uthappa reunites with ‘other munchkin’, shares adorable click; See Pic

IPL 2021 suspended: Chennai Super Kings batsman Robin Uthappa reunites with ‘other munchkin’, shares adorable click; See Pic

IPL 2021 suspended: CSK’s Robin Uthappa reunites with ‘other munchkin’, shares adorable click; See Pic- Living in bio-bubbles is difficult. Players are not permitted to go out and meet their loved ones if they are not inside the bubble. Hence, going back to family and meeting loved ones is something that players cherish. Chennai Super Kings’ (CSK), Robin Uthappa isn’t different. While family members did miss him, it was his pet Labrador that missed him more. As Uthappa was reunited with his dog, the CSK wicketkeeper shared an adorable picture on Instagram, calling him the “Other Munchkin”.

As the BCCI suspended IPL 2021 indefinitely with many members of franchises including CSK testing positive, Uthappa like other cricketers returned home. In the picture he shared, Robin Uthappa captioned the picture, “Nothing better than reuniting with our other munchkin!! Home is where our ♥️ is!!!”. Robin Uthappa also had his wife Sheethal Goutham and son Neale Nolan Uthappa along with him in CSK bio-bubble.

Also Read: IPL 2021: After Seifert, Prasidh Krishna tests positive for COVID-19, 4th KKR player to contract virus

 

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IPL 2021 suspended: Robin Uthappa, who joined his new IPL franchise this time after spending a year at Rajasthan Royals, did not feature in any games for Chennai Super Kings this season as his two teammates — Ruturaj Gaikwad and Faf du Plessis — in fine form.

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the MS Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings were at the 2nd spot in the points table with five wins and two losses when the BCCI decided to suspend the league with rising cases of COVID-19 inside franchises’ bio-bubbles. KKR’s Varun Chakaravarthy was first and then his teammate Sandeep Warrier also tested positive. Furthermore, CSK’s batting coach Michael Hussey, bowling coach L Balaji and bus driver also contracted the virus.

 

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On Saturday, two more KKR players test positive for the virus as they returned home. Kiwi cricketer Tim Seifert and pacer Prasidh Krishna contracted the virus.

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