T20 World Cup: Team India reached Rottnest Island, players were seen playing lawn balls, watch video of fun

Perth: The Indian team has reached Australia to participate in the T20 World Cup 2022. The team has to play the first match on 23 October but before that the players are preparing in Perth. The team also played a practice match against Western Australia. In this the team won. Now the players have been given a break from practice. During this, members of the support staff along with the players reached the island.

Fun on Rottnest Island

Indian team reached Rottnest Island. BCCI has shared a video of the players. Everyone seems to be having fun in it. Team captain Rohit Sharma told in this that the experience of Rottnest Island was excellent. During this, the players also took part in many activities. Rohit said that this day has also been very productive for us.

Team’s star batsman Suryakumar Yadav is seen driving the steamer in the video. At the same time, many players including Arshdeep Singh, Bhuvneshwar Kumar also played lawn ball. Team’s fast bowler Harshal Patel was seen doing photography. Former team captain Virat Kohli posed for photos with animals. All-rounder Hardik Pandya’s birthday was also celebrated here.

Rottnest Island is famous for its serene atmosphere and beautiful beaches. It is located just 19 kilometers from Perth surrounded by the Indian Ocean. Here locals go swimming, surf as well as fishing and relaxing.

play two practice matches

Team India will also play two official practice matches before the T20 World Cup. In this, he will face the challenge of Australia and New Zealand. After this, Pakistan is to face on 23 October. The team will then take on South Africa, Bangladesh and the teams that qualify from the group stage. India won the first T20 World Cup held in 2007. Since then the team reached the final once but did not win. In the tournament held in 2021, India could not even reach the semi-finals.

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