IPL 2021: Devdutt Padikkal examined constructive for Covid-19.© BCCI/IPL
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) batsman Devdutt Padikkal examined constructive for COVID-19 on March 22 and he has been quarantined at his house in Bengaluru, RCB stated on Sunday. “Devdutt Padikkal tested positive for COVID-19 on 22nd March 2021. He has been in mandatory quarantine at his residence in Bengaluru since then. Devdutt will be fit to join the RCB bio-bubble once his RT-PCR tests are negative, as per IPL protocol,” RCB tweeted. “RCB Medical team is in touch with Devdutt ensuring his safety and well-being. He is feeling well and we can’t wait to have him join the squad for #IPL2021.”
RCB Medical crew is in contact with Devdutt making certain his security and well-being. He is feeling properly and we won’t wait to have him be part of the squad for #IPL2021
— Royal Challengers Bangalore (@RCBTweets) April 4, 2021
Padikkal was RCB’s high scorer in IPL 2020 with 473 runs from 15 matches. It was additionally Padikkal’s debut season.
The left-handed batsman has performed 33 T20 matches and has 1271 runs to his identify at a mean of 43.82 and a strike fee of 145.92 with one century and 11 half-centuries.
The 20-year-old has additionally performed 15 first-class and 20 List A matches. He has 1387 List A runs at a mean of 86.68 with six centuries and eight half-centuries.
Padikkal was in splendid kind for Karnataka within the just lately concluded Vijay Hazare Trophy the place he smashed 4 centuries in a row and bought a 50-plus rating in every of the seven matches he performed in event.
RCB start their IPL marketing campaign on April 9 in Chennai once they tackle the defending champions Mumbai Indians.
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