Indian T20 captain Rohit Sharma made interesting remarks on Tuesday. He said his players need to rest “not machines”. The comments were made just days before the series with New Zealand on the home tour just days after the end of the World Cup. The first T20 match between New Zealand and India will be played on Wednesday at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. New Zealand also played the final at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday. The T20 match will be played after a gap of two days. The Test series will also take place from November 25.
“Workload management is very important to us. Players are not machines. It takes time, ”Rohit Sharma told a news conference with virtual India coach Rahul Dravid. “Some players who have been playing for a long time need to rest to stay fresh. We want all our boys to be mentally fit to face the challenges that lie ahead. ” India Test captain Virat Kohli misses the first Test of the T20 series. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson is also unavailable for short-format matches but will return to the squad until the Kanpur Test.
Former batting hero Dravid said that cricketers should take football players as an ideal in terms of handling their workload. “Even in football, big players don’t play all the matches. The mental and physical well-being of the player is very important, ”he said.
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