Kolkata Many foreign players have withdrawn their names before the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. Describing the players’ bio-bubble (safe environment created for the rescue of players) as challenging, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly said the important thing. On Tuesday, he said that Indian players are more tolerant of dealing with mental health issues than cricketers from countries like England and Australia.
Players have been forced to live in a bio-bubble since the introduction of internal cricket again in the Kovid-19 era, where their lives are limited to hotels and stadiums. The player cannot meet anyone with the bio-bubble, which makes it extremely difficult for them to keep themselves Koja and Ind. India’s current captain Virat Kohli also recently said that players are facing mental problems due to this situation.
He said, ‘Look at the Australian team, they were supposed to tour South Africa after the series against India, but they refused. There will always be a threat of Kovid-19. You have to be positive, you have to prepare yourself mentally. We all have to train ourselves mentally, so that is good with us. It depends on the preparation. ‘