Indian Test Team opener batsman Mayank Agarwal believes that the situation of lockdown attributable to coronavirus has taught him a brand new lesson in life. The lesson is that your curiosity mustn’t all the time be solely in sure areas. One should keep curiosity in numerous fields to move the time.
During a dialog with the Times of India newspaper, Mayank Agarwal mentioned, "When the lockdown was imposed, I felt that it was not going to be good for me from anyplace. Suddenly I wanted issues to move the time. Is out of the video games. <! –
Also, whereas at house, I would like such issues in order that I also can hold myself upgraded. "
Mayank Agarwal is at present busy with studying books, doing family chores and doing yoga.
"After this incident I am feeling very good towards what I have been able to achieve in my life. I consider myself lucky for the three times a day I am able to eat. Being a sportsman We are thankful that we can go out and play. I express my gratitude for everything I have got in my life. "
Mayank Agarwal mentioned, "I dreamed of playing in the Indian team since childhood. Being fit for it depends more on my mental state than physical activity. As a player I know that often our body is more than our body The mind starts getting tired of doing something over and over again. In such a situation, the mentality of staying fit helps you to move forward. "