As India prepares for the World Cup opener against South Africa, pacer Jasprit Bumrah had to undergo a doping test on Monday. The tests were done during the Indian team’s practice session at the Rose Bowl stadium. The test had two sittings. In the first round, Bumrah had to undergo a urine test, and after 45 minutes, the blood sample was taken. In every ICC event, World Anti-Doping Agency conducts these Tests.