'For Hardik Pandya, There's no Rest Day'

Although Hardik Pandya in not on the cricket discipline, he’s ensuring his physique stays in good condition by understanding and performing his health drills every day at his house in the course of the ongoing 21-day lockdown in power amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Hardik’s IPL franchise Mumbai Indians on Saturday tweeted a video of the star all-rounder and wrote: “For Hardik Pandya, there is no relaxation day.”

Within the video, Hardik could be seen doing shoulder and leg workout routines. “Quaran-training. Do not forget about your private health in the course of the quarantine. Keep match, keep wholesome,” he had captioned that video.

In a standard state of affairs, he may have set the stage on fireplace on his return from damage in the course of the 13th version of the Indian Premier League which now stands postponed until April 15 attributable to coronavirus pandemic.

The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) can be wanting on the October-November window to host the IPL in case the match can’t be held now. However the transfer can solely be attainable if the ICC decides to postpone the T20 World Cup.

A BCCI official instructed IANS that whereas there have been talks on the subject of internet hosting the IPL within the October-November window, it’ll solely be attainable if the ICC decides to postpone the T20 World Cup to be performed in Australia from October 18 to November 15.

When contacted, an ICC official made it clear although that the T20 World Cup continues to be on as deliberate and there have been no talks of postponement.

Shut to three,000 confirmed COVID-19 instances have been reported to date within the nation whereas 68 folks have misplaced their lives.

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