Virat Kohli during practice session. (Source: Twitter)

The Indian Board was planning to organize a training Camp for the Indian team sometime in August. Because the cricketers will have to regain an optimum level of fitness so that their bodies are ready to go through the grind and take on the kind of work load international sportsmen are expected to endure.

Moreover Batsmen and Bowler swill have to hone their primary skills before featuring in competitive matches. That’s why the BCCI, was planning to organize a training camp for its players but the plan has met with a setback.

As per reports BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has said that the proposed camp for the Indian players is unlikely to start before August. Even though there is no clarity about Indian teams next fixture top cricketers are slowly trying to get
back to fitness and training.

Recently Rohit Sharma, Pujara and Ishant Sharma took to social media and shared pics, videos of their outdoor training.
International Cricket is set to kick off after a lengthy Covid 19 hiatus with the three Test England West Indies series starting off on the 8 TH July at Southampton.

A 31-member Pakistan team has landed in England to begin preparations for a tour that includes 3 Tests, 3 ODIs and T20s in August and September.

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