The much-delayed Indian Premier League (IPL), which begun on September 19 between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings, has been a massive boost to cricket fans. After a delay of about six month, the cricketing event will be played in accordance with the ‘new normal’ amidst a strict bio-secure environment.
As the first match between Rohit Sharma’s MI and MS Dhoni’s CSK takes place in a behind-the-closed door-event at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Saturday, the Indian Premier League, which is known to be an event that is a mix of ‘cricket and entertainment’, might be dull on the latter this year. Why? Well, there are several reasons that might make IPL 2020 low on the entertainment quotient.
No opening ceremony
Unlike previous years, IPL 2020 began sans an opening ceremony. Taking precedence from last year, where the opening ceremony was not held…