Karachi: South Africa’s top batsman Faf du Plessis believes that playing cricket in the bio bubble may soon become a big challenge for players and it won’t be possible to do so for a long time. Cricketers have to follow strict rules due to the Kovid-19 outbreak.
Faf du Plessis said in a virtual press conference: “ We understand that it has been a very difficult season and that many people have to face this challenge, but if we live in a bio-bubble If that occurs, it will be very difficult.
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The South African team is currently in Pakistan for the series of 2 test matches and 3 T20 internationals. The first Test will be played in Karachi from January 26 and the second Test will be played from February 4 in Rawalpindi. After that, 3 T20 matches will be played in Lahore from February 11-14.
Du Plessy said: “The main priority is to play cricket. Instead of just sitting at home, get out there and do the work we love, so that’s always the most important thing. But I think a time will come when players will get bored of it (bio bubble).
The star batsman said that when international cricket started after months of uncertainty due to the epidemic, many players are constantly on tour and spend their lives in a bio-safe environment.
He said: “ If you look at the calendar for the last 8 months, you will see that players have spent 4-5 months in the bio bubble which is too much, some players have not met their family for months, which can be difficult. ‘
Duplessis said: “I’m in good shape right now. I always feel inspired but I can only talk about myself. I don’t think it will be possible to live continuously from one bio bubble to another. I have seen and heard many players talking about it. I don’t think that’s possible for a long time.