The COVID-19 ouburst has certainly tweaked the way of living all around the globe and the cricketing tournaments have also suffered the same problemns. After the game was resumed, the ICC had put in a number of regulations to fight the coronvirus.
One of these is the related to players staying in the bio-bubbles. RCB and India captain Virat Kohli has now talked about the problems players face during the bio-bubbles.
“It’s repetitive, it’s not as tough when the group of guys is amazing, which we have. Everyone part of that bio-bubble is really nice, the vibe has been so good. That’s precisely why we’ve enjoyed playing together, just enjoyed our time in the bubble as well, but it does get difficult at times because it is repetitive,” he said while speaking to RCB Tv.
“These things will have to be considered. Like what length of the tournament or series one is going to play and what impact it will have on players mentally to stay in a similar environment for 80 days and not do anything different. Or have space to just go and see family or small things like that. These things have to be thought about seriously. At the end of the day, you want the players to be in the best state mentally, based on how they’re feeling. Those conversations should take place regularly,” Kohli said.