Bio-bubble is tough, but Indian more tolerant, says Ganguly

International cricket in die center of The COVID-19 pandemic has forced players stay in Bio-bubbles whose life is limited to hotels and stadiums.

they have not access to people outside die Bladder during series and India’s skipper Virat Kohli is one of them who have their concerns about die expressed mental stress, die die current Situation takes.

“I think we Indians are a little bit more tolerant as overseas (Cricketer). I’ve played with a lot of of English, Australian and West Indians just give up on mental health “, die former India captain said at a virtual advertising event Here.

“By doing last six-seven months, with so much cricket go on in The bio-bubble is so hard. Just get down from the hotel room, handle the pressure, and come back get into the room and then back Hit the ground again It’s an absolutely different life. “

Ganguly cited the example of the Australian cricket team what drew out of a tour to South Africa after losing to India home.

Australia was planned for a three test tour in March-April, but hey pulled out citing an “unacceptable level of Health and safety risk to players, support Staff and die community”.

“Look at the Australian team, you should go to South Africa for a test series after India played there. They refused to go there … “he said.

“And there always is scare of COVID. “I hope I am not next Time’. You have to stay positive, you have to train yourself mentally. Everything of us have to train us mentally so die good will happen. It cooks down to the training “Ganguly added.

The former The Indian skipper further reminded of the biggest setback in his career when he was moved out of captain in 2005 and was finally dropped only to make a great return.

“They just must handle with it. It is die Way of thinking, in die one gets. Life has no guarantees, be it in Sports, business or what ever. You go through ups and downs. they just got to die Bite bullet. Pressure is a big deal in everyone’s life. Everything of us run through different pressures.

“If you play Your first Test it’s the pressure of establish yourself and do that world know that you belong on this level. A little bit of blip and it doesn’t stop people to question you and him adds to athletes in along way”he added.

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