Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has opened up in detail about his battle with mental issues, which led him to take a break from cricket in October 2019. Maxwell, better known as Big Show for his extravagant batting style, made a shocking revelation that he wished he got injured during the World Cup in England last year so that he didn’t have to play.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his address to the nation on Tuesday, announced a complete lockdown of 21 days in the country in an effort to stop the spread of the dreaded coronavirus. Bigwigs of the Indian cricket fraternity hailed the move, and requested people to follow instructions given by the PM.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), on Tuesday, cancelled the much-awaited conference call with Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise owners, which was scheduled to be held to discuss the way ahead following the postponement of the T20 league. The IPL was due to begin on March 29, but had to be pushed behind till April 15 owing to the rapid spread of Coronavirus. Following the cancellation of Tuesday’s con-call, IPL 2020 stares at a bleak future.
With the coronavirus pandemic sparing no country, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has appealed to people to help each other out irrespective of religion and economic status. In a video posted on his YouTube channel, Akhtar asked his fans to take the issue seriously and refrain from social contact as much as possible.
Despite having played 77 Tests in which he has scored close to 6,000 runs at an average of over 48, India’s reliable number three batsman Cheteshwar Pujara has come under the scanner of
Former Pakistan skipper and legendary yesteryear batsman Javed Miandad has hit out at the Pakistan Cricket Board claiming they are backing non-performing players. He went to the extent of stating no Pakistan player
In the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak causing panic across the globe, a new report has now emerged claiming Cricket Australia may advice Australian players to forego their lucrative IPL contracts. The 2020 edition of the IPL has already been postponed from March 29 to April 15 following the rise of COVID --19.
Nothing significant came out during Monday’s teleconference by the eight IPL franchise owners over the coronavirus pandemic that has gripped India as well as the world. The start of IPL