Karachi: Pakistan’s bowling coach and former captain Waqar Younis is concerned about the mental health of players playing cricket internationally or domestically in a bio-bubble amid a Kovid-19 (Covid-19) epidemic. .
Waqar said that he is worried that if Pakistan continues to play for a long time in the current state of Kovid-19, then many players may have to face mental health issues.
He cautioned, ‘It is not easy for players or officials to spend so much time in a bio-safe environment and it can affect their mental health’.
During the competition to avoid disease, players live in a bio-bubble separate from the outside world. He said that the cricket board should seriously look into the mental health issues of the players.
He said, ‘This situation is not only with Pakistan cricket but this concern is for the entire cricket world’.
He said that it is difficult for the players to spend time in a long period of isolation and bio-safe environment.
Let us know that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said that nine players and three officials have violated the ‘bio-bubble’ during the ongoing National T20 Cup in Rawalpindi.