Ever since international cricket resumed, the players have been forced to stay in bio-bubbles, where their life is restricted to hotels and stadiums.
They do not have access to people outside the bubble, making it extremely difficult for players to stay fresh and motivated.
“I feel we Indians are a bit more tolerant than overseas (cricketers). I’ve played with a lot of Englishmen, Australians, West Indians, they just give up on mental health,” the former India captain said at a virtual promotional event here.
“In the last six-seven months, with so much cricket being going on in the bio-bubble it’s so tough. Just going from the hotel room to the ground, handle the pressure and come back to the room and then get back to…