Sourav Ganguly, the president of The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) has revealed that there can be no training camps until August amidst the Coronavirus outbreak.
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.
As a consequence, players are restricted to their homes with their families during quarantine days. As they have gotten no physical activity and the games to play at an outdoor level, their form and fitness scale probably will be in trouble. 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.
No training camp for Team India at least till August: Sourav Ganguly
The players were supposed to play the Indian Premier League (IPL). The Coronavirus has stopped the flow of the Indian Premier League (IPL) that was to be commenced by 29th March. It faced many obstacles in its way of scheduling as the lockdown kept on extending and still exists amidst the Coronavirus. Now, there are no comments over the authentic schedule for IPL. The case is very similar for the other T20 leagues and other cricketing scenarios across the globe due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The side was also supposed to play a home series against South Africa that got cancelled later. In July, Sri Lanka Cricket Board and India Cricket Board are scheduled to play three-ODI match and three T20 matches at the Island country that can be delayed keeping the Coronavirus situation under consideration.