With Britain under lockdown, the 37-year-old is keeping fit by working out on-line with teammates including fellow pacemen Stuart Broad and Mark Wood.
England bowler James Anderson is determined that the coronavirus will not end his illustrious career as he focuses on keeping fit by taking part in “virtual” training sessions with his teammates.
Anderson, 37, whose 584 Test wickets are the most taken by any paceman in the history of the game, is nearing the end of his playing days.
But the Lancashire veteran says despite having no cricket to play until the end of May ...
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