Arun Dhumal, the treasurer of the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI), has revealed that the Indian board is thinking of organizing the training camp sessions for India Cricket players.
As amidst the Coronavirus outbreak, no cricket and physical activity have been holding, players must be suffering without physical activities for so long, and consequently, training and maintaining physical health is a must.
Being formless can make them suffer at international levels, Therefore, it is necessary to maintain and hold proper training session camps at least for six to eight weeks to regain the fitness to be sustainable at the international levels.
Earlier, Bharat Arun, the bowling coach of the Indian Cricket Team, said that six-eight weeks of training camp sessions are must be needed for Team India before they step at the international level.
BCCI hopes for holding training camps in the second half of July
Arun Dhumal disclosed that the National Cricket Academy (NCA) is studying the guidelines given by the state governments along with discussing the possibilities such as venues.
“National Cricket Academy (NCA) is studying the guidelines given by state governments and we are discussing all possibilities, like potential venues and travel. Once we are 100% sure that we can get the players to one particular venue, we will.
He thinks of shortening the number of venues for the training camps as having more than two venues cannot be on agenda amidst the Coronavirus outbreak and health tensions.
“We have shortlisted venues, NCA is one, rest options being discussed but we are hopeful that in the second half of June, a camp will be possible if things keep on improving and especially with travel restrictions being eased,” BCCI Treasurer said while speaking to Times Now.