There is great news for cricket fans. The time to clear the cricket break from the killer epidemic Coronavirus seems to be close. Actually, Cricket Australia is going to start training from the end of this month.
Cricket Australia (CA) is preparing to begin pre-season training of teams later this month and is creating new training rules to protect B players of the Covid-19 (Covid-19) epidemic. According to a report by The Sydney Morning Herald, CA is planning to start training under the supervision of its Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Archard and Head of Sports Science and Sports Medicine Alex Contours.
These 2 are working closely with their counterparts from other cricket playing nations. Also part of the committees of the Government of Australia and the International Cricket Council, which are trying to find ways to restart the Games. According to the report, the priority of the CA right now is to formulate rules for pre-season training of players, including prohibiting the use of saliva to shine the ball during training.
Contours, however, said that the situation caused by the coronavirus would not have much impact on team training in sports like cricket. He said, “There is a distance between players on the nets – there are two or three bowlers on each net. Once in a while, a bowler throws the ball and the batsman is 22 yards away so that’s not a big problem. ‘
Contours said, “We do not see this as a big problem that cannot be dealt with but we are trying to solve it.” You should see these things: Keep distance, how to keep the ball, you can easily deal with these things. ”Contours said that due to Kovid-19 social distance is inevitable and new ways of celebrating players Will find