Star opener Smriti Mandhana revealed that players of the Indian women cricket team are connected to each other by playing online Ludo. lockdown due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Cricket activities around the world have either been canceled or postponed due to the Coronavirus epidemic. The BCCI tweeted a video of Mandhana on Monday, describing how she is spending time outside the grounds.
WATCH📽️: Lockdown Diaries with Smriti Mandhana 👊— BCCI (@BCCI) April 13, 2020
Workouts, troubling her brother, Ludo & a lot more. @mandhana_smriti reveals how she is keeping herself engaged indoors🏠🏋️♀️👌
Full Video 👉 https://t.co/e7EyhdNh3h
Like other players, this batsman is also doing workouts at home to stay physically fit. Mandhana said, “It is important to stay fit so I am doing workouts at home. I keep in touch with the trainer. He sends us all the workouts that we need to do to stay fit. ‘
The twenty-three-year-old player is enjoying spending time with her family and during this time, besides helping her cook, she is also helping other household chores. The opener said, “Apart from this, what I like is spending time with family. We play cards together. I am helping my mother cook. Cleaning utensils has become a part of my routine and apart from that, I like to harass my brother. This is my favorite job to spend time with. ‘
He said, “The third thing I like is to watch the film. I am a big fan of films. I make sure that I watch two to three films a week, not too much because I don’t want to get used to it. I want to spend time with my family. ”
The world number four ODI batsman also said that he likes to stay asleep for hours. He said, “The thing I like most in the house is gold. I make sure that I keep sleeping for at least 10 hours so that I can be happy all day.”
Mandhana also appealed to the people to follow social distance and stay indoors during the lockdown. He said, “Stay at home, stay safe and keep yourself physically and mentally fit” People have died. A lockdown has been declared from 23 March in India to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection.