RCB will also be supporting GiveIndia Foundation by donating the proceeds from the auction of the jerseys that players wear during their first match of the season.
His RCB teammates Pawan Negi and Gurkeerat Singh Mann also enjoyed themselves by the pool.
The Indian Premier League has been a happy hunting ground for many Indian batsmen and IPL 2020 would see more such action amid the deserts of UAE.
After watching the video, Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya couldn't keep himself from commenting on the post and wrote that "Sending my few bats to you".
Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings will be locking horns in the opening match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 on September 19.
Over 10 members of the franchise tested positive for COVID-19 due to which Kings had decided to extend the mandatory six-day quarantine in UAE.
Keeping the coronavirus situation across the world, IPL 2020 was shifted to UAE. The UAE government had issued strict protocols where all franchises arrived in UAE with two Covid-19 negative reports for every member.
Sharing the picture on his Instagram, Hardik wrote, “Missing my 2 angels 👼 Blessed to have you both in my life 🙏🏾❤️” Natasa was quick to drop a comment on his post as she wrote, “We love you and miss you 🤗❤️”
Taking Twiiter, the RCB skipper shared a video post and captioned the post, "Loyalty above everything. Can't wait for what's to come."