Former India cricketer Gautam Gambhir feels that cricket may not see primary adjustments in too many regulations and rules because of the coronavirus disaster. He stated that with the exception of using saliva to polish the ball, he does not see too many adjustments within the recreation. “I do not believe a large number of regulations and rules might be modified, you’ll most probably have another for using saliva- with the exception of that I do not believe such a lot of adjustments will occur,” Gambhir stated on Famous person Sports activities display ‘Cricket Attached’.
“Gamers and everybody else want to reside with this virus; most probably they have got to get used to it that there’s a virus and that it’s going to be round,” he stated.
“Gamers would possibly finally end up catching it, and you were given to reside with it,” the left-hander added.
Gambhir stated that whilst an try at keeping up social distancing can nonetheless be maintained whilst enjoying cricket, he requested how it’s going to be adopted in touch sports activities comparable to soccer and hockey.
“Social distancing and different regulations will not be simple for any recreation to care for. You’ll nonetheless organize to do it with cricket, however how are you going to do it in soccer, hockey and different sports activities as smartly,” stated.
“So, I feel you simply need to reside with it, most probably the earlier you settle for it, the easier it’s,” he stated.
The usage of saliva to polish the cricket ball is already below scrutiny amid the pandemic. The Australian govt has already stated that as soon as cricket coaching resumes within the post-COVID-19 international.