‘We are not lucky as you’ – Rohit Sharma to Brett Lee about having no space to play indoor cricket amid the lockdown
Rohit also recited that he has enough big balcony where he can do his exercises that his trainer has asked him to do while in lockdown.
Updated - May 2, 2020 6:42 pm
Amid lockdown in India, the cricketers have been set away from the game, who are finding it quite difficult to pass their time away from the game. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma, the Indian opener has opened up over the same and said they are not lucky enough to have big houses like Australians where they can play cricket in these alarming situations while talking to the former Aussie pacer Brett Lee.
COVID-19 outbreak has made things bad to worse for cricket associations and board. Each and every sporting event has been postponed for an indefinite time until the situation comes under control. Interestingly, there is no specific update over the same when the sports will mark its return to normalcy. Recently, Indian Premier League 2020 was the latest addition in the list of postponed events for the ongoing year.
‘I wish I had enough place to play indoor cricket’: Rohit Sharma
In a Star Sports Cricket Connected show, while talking to Brett Lee, the 33-year-old said that he doesn’t have big enough house to play indoor cricket. He added that Mumbai is quite a crowded and costly place where they have to just sit inside their apartments. The Indian opener cited the fact that he is not lucky enough like him where he can get enough place to play.
“I wish I had enough place to play indoor cricket, but unfortunately in Mumbai, the place is very secluded, and you have to stick to your apartment. We are not lucky as you guys where you have your own backyard to play,” Rohit said while speaking to former Australian pacer Brett Lee on Star Sports Cricket Connected show.
Meanwhile, Rohit also recited that he has enough big balcony where he can do his exercises that his trainer has asked him to do while in lockdown. The 33-year-old also looked hopeful hoped that the gyms to open soon and he can go for his full-fledged workout.
“In Mumbai, it’s very expensive to get your own house where you have your own backyard. I live in an apartment and I am lucky to have a little balcony where I can run around and do some activities that my trainer has given me. I am trying to follow whatever little I can. Hopefully, the gyms will open soon, and I can go there,” he added.