Rishabh Pant, Ishant Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane & Others Sweat it out in the Gym; Jasprit Bumrah Strolls on the Streets of Melbourne Ahead of the Boxing Day Test (See Pics & Video)
Rishabh Pant & Jasprit Bumrah (Photo Credits: Instagram)

The Indian team lost the last Test match against Australia by 146 runs in Perth as the victors chased the target of 287 runs. Now, the Indian team reached Melbourne and has started preparing for the upcoming match which is scheduled to happen on the Boxing Day. While most of the Australian players are on a Christmas break, Rishabh Pant, Ishant Sharma, Ajinkya Rahne, and a few members of the team hit the gym. After finishing his workout, Jasprit Bumrah went for a stroll on the streets of Melbourne. Marcus Harris Sledges Rishabh Pant During Day 5 of IND vs AUS; Says, ‘If You Get Out You Can Go Out and Disco Tonight’ (Watch Video).

A while ago, the wicket-keeper batsman took to his Instagram story and posted pictures and videos of himself working out in the gym. One of the pictures was captioned, “Stop never stops.” Indian pacer Ishant Sharma was also seen working out in the background. Check out the pictures below:

Here’s another one.


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Gym Session ☑ @rishabpant #RishabhPant #RishabPant #AUSvIND #IndvAus

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Jasprit Bumrah let his hair down and posed for the camera on the streets of Melbourne.


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Positive Mind.✔ Positive Vibes.✔ Positive Life.✔ #christmasfeels🎅🏻

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Watch team India arriving Melbourne.

The Indian team has opted to stay away from the nets until December 23, 2018. The rest policy has been implemented on the team after the Indian coach Ravi Shastri’s comments after the conclusion of the first Test. “To hell with the nets,” Shastri had said after the first Test. "They have to rest up, to hell with the nets. You just come there, mark your attendance and get away to the hotel. We know the Perth track is quick, it's a drop in surface, there will be something there for the fast bowlers.”