The coronavirus pandemic has turned most actions on the earth the other way up and sports activities is one f the worst hit. Cricket has at all times been a sport the place players share so much camaraderie and are available shut bodily contact with one another.
But the new guidelines put in place by the ICC fro cricket to renew is one thing that can check the age outdated habits of cricketers. Former Sri Lanka captain and the present president of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), Kumar Sangakkara, spoke on the problems that cricketers would possibly face as they observe these new guidelines.
“For fast bowlers or spinners, shining the ball is an instinctive thing, they have done it over so many years since they were kids,” Sangakkara mentioned whereas talking on Star Sports present Cricket Connected.
“Cricket is a social sport, more often than not you spend within the dressing room – you speak, you chat.
“This will be a very medical factor, you come able to play, no heat-ups, you do every thing proper and also you go dwelling. So, it should be fascinating to see how the players cope with that,”Sangakkara added.
International cricket will kick begin once more with the sequence between West Indies and England in July. The Caribbean facet tour England for a 3 match Test sequence beginning July eighth.