In the quarantine, the gamers are staying indoors and doing one thing or the opposite to maintain themselves busy. As a timepass, Australia opener David Warner is making an attempt to sharpen his catching expertise.
The left-handed batsman shared a video on Instagram by which he might be seen standing in his yard alongside along with his daughter and enjoying tennis. With the racquet in his fingers and a tennis ball, the cricketer is making an attempt to make one-handed catches.
“Just trying to keep up the skills with some one-hand catching. Remember soft hands?? #Bullsdaycare,” Warner captioned the video.
Earlier, the Sunrisers Hyderabad captain had posted a video on his Instagram deal with by which he was explaining the significance of washing and sanitising fingers to his daughter Indi.
Warner has reportedly determined to drag out of England Cricket Board’s ‘The Hundred’ league as it’s clashing with nationwide staff’s limited-overs collection in opposition to Zimbabwe.
According to Australian web site ‘WAtoday’, Warner’s supervisor James Erskine mentioned that the choice has bought nothing to do with prevailing COVID-19 pandemic that has induced a worldwide lock-down of cricketing actions. “David Warner has pulled out of the Hundred in what could be the first of multiple withdrawals from England’s new franchise league by international players as the coronavirus pandemic grips world sport,” the web site reported.
Warner at a price of GBP 125,000 was the highest-paid participant for the 100-ball-a-side spectacle which was set to be held from July 17 to August 15.
“His decision to withdraw from the competition was unrelated to the COVID-19 outbreak, his manager James Erskine said as he confirmed the move on Friday,” the report additional acknowledged.
Erskine on Thursday (March 19) had mentioned that Warner will likely be enjoying IPL if the COVID-19 pandemic is underneath management and the league will get rolling after April 15, the time until which the league has been suspended.
Get breaking information alerts.
You have already subscribed