Due to Corona epidemic, all kinds of cricket activities in India have stopped for the last three months. In such a situation, the players of the Indian team are also not going to the ground for practice. Most of the players are following the instructions of the Indian team’s trainer to keep themselves fit. Along with this, we are also doing light training at home. However, now all the players are eagerly waiting for cricket to start.
Leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal of the Indian team, who has often played social media with the field, is also desperate to get on the field. However, during his stay at home, Chahal is doing many activities. In an interview to Hindustan Times, Chahal said that he is taking an online dance class these days, and dance has joined his hobby. Along with this, he is also playing many types of mobile games during the lockdown.
This is how Yuzvendra Chahal is spending his time
In a conversation with Hindustan Times, Chahal said, “I am exercising every morning. Also, I am strictly following the instructions given by the trainer of the Indian team. Apart from this I play games and online dance I also spend my time in class.
The fun of IPL in the empty stadium will fade – Chahal
In the interview, Chahal also spoke on the Indian Premier League. If the IPL takes place amidst the corona epidemic, what will be the biggest challenge for you? In response to this question, he said, “If IPL is done this year, the biggest challenge will be to play in the empty stadium without the audience.” Without IPL, viewers cannot enjoy it. In IPL matches, the stadium is fully filled and if it is played in an empty stadium then its fun will fade.
Talking about Kuldeep Yadav, Chahal said, “Kuldeep and I have grown up playing together. Our pair is fantastic on the field. We both started playing together for the Indian team and learned everything together. There is a great synergy between us on the field. That is why I enjoy bowling with him.
I am not ready for Test cricket right now- Chahal
Like Kuldeep, Chahal said about making his debut in Test cricket, “Test cricket is the most challenging format. It is a real test of the players. I want to play Test cricket for India, but right now I want to prove myself with the red ball in domestic cricket, only then I can think about playing Test cricket for India. Frankly, I am not ready for this yet.
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