HARSH BIOSECURITY MEASURES MIGHT RESULT IN SHORTENING OF CRICKETERS’ CAREERS

Australian cricketer Shane Watson appears to be very serious about difficult biosecurity initiatives. He thinks that if these steps do not ease up quickly, the careers of cricketers will be shortened. 

Watson just finished his last Indian Premier League this year in Dubai, where he was strictly told not to leave his hotel room while he didn’t play, and he wasn’t allowed to speak to his family for three months until the tournament was over.

It was Shane Watson’s last IPL match; he retired after that. He retired from all the cricket last month. It was the last tournament that he played for Chennai Super Kings team this year. Though he was happy that despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the Indian Premier League held and he got to play.

Shane Watson still had his family with him everywhere he went to play, but this time that couldn’t be because the management couldn’t risk the lives of people in a pandemic situation. Watson said he thinks keeping players in quarantine is not fair to those who still live with their families, since it will be too hard for players to live without them for such a long time. Watson told that if keeping players in quarantine goes on like this, many of the great players may eventually give up their careers. It would not be mentally possible for great players to live like that for such a long time.

We assume that such kind of situation does last long and soon the pandemic will be over and life will be back to normal. 

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