Harbhajan Singh said – If the conditions are not favorable, then I have no problem in playing without the audience, due to the coronavirus, the IPL was postponed till April 15, the crisis is still overshadowed.
Dainik Bhaskar Apr 08, 2020, 08:33 AM IST New Delhi. Due to Coronavirus, all the sports tournaments across the world including the Indian Premier League (IPL) till July have been postponed or canceled. Now the IPL, to be held on April 15, is under a cloud of crisis. Many stalwarts are also talking of holding the tournament in an empty stadium. To this, Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh said that he has no problem in playing IPL in the empty stadium. But the tournament should be held only after the control of the coronavirus. Because the livelihood of many people depends on it.
Harbhajan said, "Audiences are important. But if the circumstances are not favorable, then I have no problem playing without an audience. As a player I will not get audience support, but it will ensure that every fan will be able to watch the IPL on TV. "He said," We have to be vigilant about everything and keep players' health a priority. "
Lack of IPL could lead to many cricketers: Paddy Upton While Paddy Upton, the 2011 World Cup winning Indian team's mental conditioning coach, believes that the IPL should not be canceled. If this happens, many players may come into depression. Paddy of South Africa recently said, "IPL is a big tournament and milch cow for cricketers. In situations such as lockdown, when a healthy and normal person thinks highly of himself, he may be a victim of anxiety and depression. At such times, I advise other people along with the players not to think too much about themselves and pay attention to their people. Also consider other options. "