After Kovid-19 the sport cricket begins, bowlers won’t be able to make use of saliva to shine the ball. Actually the ICC Cricket Committee is making an attempt to cease using saliva on the ball. Now Australian quick bowlers Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood have reacted to this potential ban.
Hazlewood says the ICC will discover it troublesome to cease using saliva. At the identical time, the primary Test bowler, Cummins, stated that when using saliva is about to cease, then choices must be thought-about to shine the ball. <! –
Cricket.com quoted Au Cummins as saying, "If we remove saliva, we must have some other options. Using sweat is not bad, but I think we will need something else." Whether it's wax, or anything, I don't know. "
The right-arm quick bowler stated, "If science is telling us that using saliva would be risky, then we should keep other options open, whether it is sweating or something artificial. We have to shine the ball somehow and I I am happy that they have approved the use of sweat. We have to make sure that we are sweating before the start of the spell and we are doing well. Ups. "
IPL 2020: 13th season of Indian premier league may be performed between 25 September to 1 November
The Sydney Daily Telegraph quoted Hazelwood as saying, "Obviously I would prefer to use saliva, but that's what those people want. I think everyone is playing the same game."
He stated, "Once the ball comes to the bowler, when you see something on it, it is the player's nature to shine and make the ball. It is very difficult to implement. Also it is very difficult to keep an eye on it. "