There is no opening ceremony in IPL 2020
It is being held outside the country for the second time in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL). For the first time in the history of the IPL, there is no opening ceremony.
The reputation of IPL for money and glamor has been there since the beginning. However, that IPL will not be seen as a chircena this time. No viewers can be seen. This year's IPL is absolutely flawless. However, the IPL authorities are hopeful that the insanity will return as soon as the bat-ball fight starts at 22 yards.
IPL inauguration next Saturday. Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings will face in the first match. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and IPL Chairman Brijesh Patel are in the UAE. Maybe they will announce before the toss, the inauguration is over (IPL).
The BCCI president said, Although spectators are allowed to enter, they will be tested thoroughly, ‘they will be allowed to enter the field only after a good examination. But I think it will be for a while. '
Virat-Rohit-Dhoni will have to play closed door matches in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah. However, after the tournament, 30 percent of the spectators may be allowed to enter.