Cricketers with Bio Bubble. During the IPL, many cricketers said that they were living under strict rules. This time, under the pressure of a bio bubble, England batsman Tom Banton has completely withdrawn from the Australian Big Bash League.
The Big Bash, Australia’s domestic T20 competition, has not started yet. The competition will begin a week later. Banton, who plays for the Brenton Heat, decided to step down before that.
He was also in the IPL in the United Arab Emirates. His team was Kolkata Knight Riders. Banton also had to live in the bio bubble there. Even before that, he was in a bio-bubble right from the start of the England cricket season.
“I thought,” the whole thing is very difficult. Realizing that we have an emotionally ‘run out of gas’. I know, Brisbane hits rely on me a lot. But when I talked to coach Darren Lehmann and captain Chris Lynn, I knew they would understand my situation. “
Rory Burns is also excited about the bio bubble. However, the England cricketer is not playing in the Big Bash. He was in the team when the West Indies and Pakistan toured England. This was the first cricket in the Corona situation. Cricketers had to live in the bio bubble.
From that experience, Burns said, “Living in the bubble is completely different. I didn’t enjoy one too much. When it wasn’t, I played cricket best. I needed a little entertainment in the middle of the series.” I’m going to drink a cup of coffee, go for a walk with friends, I can’t play well without these. But this cannot be done in bio bubble. As a result, I feel tired. I decided to step down. “