Sydney: Former Australia batsman Mike Hussey, who was found to be Corona positive in the IPL bio bubble, advocated for the T20 World Cup to be held in the UAE later this year, saying the teams would be nervous about going to India battling the Corona epidemic.
Hasee (Michael Hussey), the batting coach of Chennai Super Kings, had become a victim of Corona infection. This season of IPL was postponed after several cases of Corona came.
UAE should have T20 World Cup: Hussey
After returning to Sydney, Hussey told ‘Fox Cricket’, ‘It will be very difficult to play the tournament in India’.
He said, ‘We are talking about eight teams of IPL and there will probably be similar teams in the T20 World Cup. The host cities will be more. As I already said that playing in different cities will increase the risk ‘.
Hussey (Michael Hussey) said, ‘They have to make a big emergency plan. Maybe a tournament can be held in UAE or elsewhere. Many cricket boards around the world will be nervous about sending teams to play tournaments in India again.
Hussey was scared
The UAE has emerged as an option and the ICC will take a decision on June 1.
On her experience in India, Hussey said that she had symptoms but she never felt scared about life.
He said, ‘I did not like it at that time but did not feel that there was any danger to life. My initial test was not as positive, and we were hoping that the next test would come negative and I would be fine, but I came back positive again.
Michael Hussey said, ‘To be honest, I was experiencing some symptoms and I was convinced that I had a corona. Apart from this, I used to sit with the bowling coach Laxmipathy Balaji. After that, there was every possibility that I had to be ‘.