New Zealand pace spearhead Trent Boult feels the consideration of staying for long periods in bio-secure bubbles is going to play a “big role” in the way cricketers plan their schedules as the international calendar becomes more hectic.
Boult, who joins a list of big names voicing concerns about life in bio-secure bubbles amid the COVID-19 pandemic, called it “a big sacrifice.”
“I can’t speak for everyone but it’s definitely going to play a big role in the game,” Boult was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo.
“Having to come back to New Zealand you have to spend two weeks in a hotel before you can even be let out. It’s crazy what the world is facing at the moment, it’s almost surreal, and it’s going to be a hard one to say what guys are feeling and what they’re able to do.”
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