In a conversation with his teammate in India, Yuzvendra Chahal, Rohit Sharma said that he is learning to do housework during the period of confinement in the country due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rohit Sharma said the blockade has allowed her to spend a lot of time with her family (@ rohitsharma45 Instagram)
- Rohit, Chahal had a conversation on Instagram, discussing their locked lives
- Rohit said he can spend a lot of time with his family.
- Rohit also said that the country needs to overcome the Covid-19 crisis before thinking about sport.
Indian starter Rohit Sharma announced on Instagram that he will be chatting with some of his teammates on Instagram in the coming days as he spends time locked up in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak.
The Indian government announced a 21-day blockade across the country on Tuesday in a bid to combat the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. More than 690 people have been infected and 16 have lost their lives due to the new coronavirus in India, as of March 26.
Rohit Sharma started with a candid conversation with her good friend Yuzvendra Chahal on Instagram on Thursday night. From interruptions due to internet connection problems to urging people to stay indoors, chat had it all.
Stressing that the blockage has given his busy schedule a break, Rohit Sharma said he is learning to do housework and has become part of his exercise routine these days.
"I'm doing my best to do the housework. I was talking to Kevin Pietersen about this. He texted me at 12, I answered at 1:30. He asked me what kept me busy for 1.5 hours during a lockdown " I told him I was cleaning the house, "said Rohit Sharma.
"We don't have such opportunities and I'm learning how to do it. This has become my workout routine now. Running after Samaira around the house."
"As cricketers, we don't have time with the family. A lot of the tours and cricket are there. This is a time to spend with them a lot."
& # 39; You can talk about IPL after India overcomes this crisis & # 39;
Yuzvendra Chahal, like Kevin Pietersen, asked Rohit Sharma about the 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL) and India's first match was quick to point out that the world needs to overcome the Covid-19 crisis before they can think of organizing sports events.
The IPL 2020 was suspended until April 15 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the future looks uncertain given the global health crisis.
"We must first think about the country. The situation needs to improve first in order to talk about the IPL. First, that life returns to normal," Rohit told Chahal.