Kieron Pollard, the West Indies captain, has suggested players to make the most of this period of break in cricket and indulge in self-introspection and work on their fitness The West Indies captain, under whom the team lost the ODI series to Sri Lanka 0-3 but bounced back to win the T20Is 2-0 feels that although this isn’t the best time for humanity with the COVID-19 pandemic strengthening its grip globally, there is after all a silver lining in this for the athletes. “It is a good time for introspection, a good time for reflection, a good time to look at where you are as an individual in your career and what you want to achieve going forward,” he said on I955 FM’s ISports radio show. “You have to take this time in order to do that and also keep yourself in good physical shape, and mentally as well, because when the bell rings and they say ‘ok, everything is back to normal and we need to go on tour’, it might not be enough time to be prepared, but you as an individual have to be prepared mentally in order for you to try to perform at your best.”… Read full this story
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