Wellington: New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult believes that staying in the bio bubble will play a ‘big role’ for cricketers after the international cricket calendar starts. Bolt joined the list of big players who have raised concerns about life in a bio-safe environment amid the Kovid-19 epidemic, calling it a ‘big sacrifice’.
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Trent Boult said, ‘I can’t speak for everyone but it will definitely play a big role in the game. After returning to New Zealand, you will have to spend 2 weeks in a hotel, after which you will be allowed to go out. Whatever the world is facing at the moment, it is madness. It is going to be very difficult how the players are feeling.
The New Zealand player recently played an important role in helping Mumbai Indians win their 5th title in IPL 2020. He said, “Talking about playing in the IPL, it was fantastic to return to the field and it was fantastic to do something for everyone to watch cricket and it was seen all over the world.”
Before Bolt, David Warner, Michelle Stark and Kagiso Rabada compared ‘bio-bubble’ to a luxury prison. Bolt is currently in a 14-day quarantine in Christchurch after returning from the UAE. New Zealand is scheduled to play the T20 domestic series against the West Indies from November 27, for which Bolt has been rested.