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Chris Gayle leaves IPL 2021 bio-bubble, to refresh himself for T20 WC

I want to refocus on helping the West Indies in the T20 World Cup and would like to take a break in Dubai, says Punjab Kings' Chris Gayle

Chris Gayle | ICC T20 World Cup 2021 | IPL 2021

Anish Kumar  |  New Delhi 

Chris Gayle (Photo: ICC)
Chris Gayle. I’ve played against Chris and have coached him at Punjab Kings and all through the years I’ve known him he has always been an absolute professional and we as a team respect his decision, says Anil Kumble, PBKS head coach and team directo

(PBKS) batter has left the 14th edition of (IPL 2021), citing bio-bubble fatigue on Thursday. will play its next match against Kolkata Knight Riders on Friday at Dubai International Stadium. The KL Rahul-led side is still in race to qualify for the playoffs with 8 points in 10 matches played so far.



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First Published: Fri, October 01 2021. 00:01 IST