The India squad was in quarantine for 14 days in Mumbai prior to its departure and is in the middle of another yet shorter quarantine.
IPL 2021: Best feeling ever, after Test debut: Axar Patel on joining Delhi Capitals post-COVID recovery
Axar has rejoined the Delhi Capitals camp and is now gearing up for the upcoming games under the guidance of head coach Ricky Ponting and skipper Rishabh Pant.
The 27-year-old had initially checked into the Capitals' team hotel on March 28 in Mumbai.
The BCCI SOP says a player who tests positive for COVID-19 must isolate in the designated area outside the bio-secure environment.
The Delhi Capitals head coach wishes to see Pant replicating his heroics in the cash-rich league slated to begin from April 9.
Instead of looking for solutions from outside the team, India believed the likes of Gill, Washington, Siraj who integrated the set up to help play a fearless brand of cricket.
On the third day of the final Test, the 27-year-old showed his prowess with the bat as well as he scored a valuable 43.
Axar missed the first Test but took a five-wicket haul in the second innings of the second Test.
Dan Lawrence fought a grim battle to score a half century before Ashwin clean bowled him to clinch the victory.
Dan Lawrence (19 not out) and Ben Foakes (6 not out) were the two unbeaten batsmen at the crease as England lost six wickets for 85 runs.
The 21-year-old left-hander's 96 off 174 balls was as important as Rishabh Pant's second day hundred but a sudden tail-end collapse saw him stranded at the non-striker's end.
For the hosts, spinners Axar Patel (4/68) and Ravichandran Ashwin (3/47) shared seven wickets between them, while pacer Mohammed Siraj (2/45) also accounted for two batsmen.
The hosts registered a comprehensive 10-wicket win over England in the third Test and took the 2-1 lead in the series.
Ashwin and Axar used the spin-friendly Motera pitch to great effect and picked up 18 of the 20 English wickets in the match to demolish the visitors.
Axar's unassuming backstory is in Nadiad, place where he grew up dreaming of becoming next Wasim Akram
Although cricket became his life when he was 13, it was a camp at the National Cricket Academy in 2012 that changed Axar’s life.