RCB is prepared to start training for the upcoming 13th Indian Premier League (IPL), held from
September 19 to November 10. Having arrived in UAE last Friday, completing their 6 days quarantine
period, RCB is prepared to begin their training.
Franchisee’s director, Mike Hesson, said that special training sessions wouldn’t be an acceptable
option for all team members as per the circumstances through which the team members have
competent the pandemic time.
RCB will begin with their 3-week coaching camp at the ICC Cricket Academy and undergo arduous
practice and training to cautiously build up with the stress of twiddling with the UAE’s ultimate heat.
Players have spent the previous few months in diverse environments and contrasting stages of
coaching and fitness. Therefore, a singular training approach wouldn’t be the most effective route
for preparing for the season. Our staff team will still add a way that gives personalized support and is
flexible. Our support staff team is exceptionally skilled in nurturing the players physically,
emotionally, and mentally for assisting each player’s preparation so that they’re able to play
matches to their best,” Hesson added.
Simon Katich, RCB’s head coach, explained that there would be split group sessions.
“When we glance at the present series of affairs, the deadly virus has affected people, which we are
bizarre that we all will again place on a present for IPL within the UAE. Our concocting has given the
gamers a minimum of 3 weeks to induce into the training abilities routine and acquire their bodies to
construct for the contenders to permit them to construct and take a look at to reduce any accidents
during the matches. We’ve got several split-group periods purposely designed to help the batsmen
with preparing for matches after such a broadened layoff. Once everybody has gained their rhythm
and gets in touch with bat and ball again, we are going to shift into extra argumentative training
sessions sooner than the scheduled apply matches and, therefore, the event’s launch,” Katich said.