Ravi Shastri, the head coach of the Indian cricket team, believes that the rest of the world has been ‘welcome’ due to COVID-19 being stopped all over the world, which is just 10 -11 days after the World Cup in May last year. Spent on All the games across the globe are closed due to Coronavirus infection.
Shastri said, “This rest is not bad because fatigue started to dominate at the end of the New Zealand tour. Physical and mental fatigue and injuries”.
Ravi Shastri Sky Sports Podcaster was talking to former England captain Michael Atherton, Nasser Hussain, and Rob Key. Shastri said that players could use this time to get fresh.
Indian Coach Ravi Shastri
He said, “We have played a lot of cricket in the last ten months, whose fatigue started showing now. I and some members of the support staff left for the World Cup in England on May 23 and have stayed home for 10 or 11 days so far. ”
He said, “Some players are playing all three formats, so you can understand how tired they will be. It is not easy to mold ourselves to T20 cricket with Tests and travel so much.
After the World Cup, the Indian team went to the West Indies and also played the long home series against South Africa. After this, he toured New Zealand. India currently has a 21-day lockdown, and Ravi Shastri said that after the series against South Africa canceled, his players had anticipated that something like this would happen.
He said, “Being on the journey during the series against Africa, we felt that something like this would happen. The disease started spreading at the same time. After the second ODI canceled, we understood that lockdown is necessary.
He said, “Thankfully, when we returned from New Zealand, we returned at the right time.” At that time, there were only two cases, but now there are 300. It was the first day of screening and screening at the airport. ”
Ravi Shastri said, “At such a time, it is the duty of all of us to make people aware. Cricket should not be in mind at this time. Virat has given the message; others are also offering. They know that the matter is dangerous, and cricket is not necessary right now.