Just last week, BCCI had told teams that they weren’t just playing to win but for something greater… “humanity.”
With a sword of cancellation hanging on IPL 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, MS Dhoni’s India future has started looking bleaker.
The COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus pandemic has already affected the scheduled start of the T20 extravaganza. With the current scenario that prevails, BCCI is looking all set to schedule a truncated IPL 2020 in July.
Arguably one of the fittest player in world cricket at the moment, heavy workload and fatigue issues are seeking the Indian skipper Virat Kohli an early retirement from one of the three formats of the game.
With the Women’s T20 World Cup around the corner, the persistent failures of the middle-order and an over-reliance on Smriti Mandhana might well cost Team India the World Cup.
With the 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia around the corner, it will be exciting to see if Harmanpreet Kaur led team India will be able to break the jinx of faltering in ICC knockout games and achieve what Virat Kohli led team couldn’t.