Indian Batswoman Smriti Mandhana has come up revealing how she is spending her time during the quarantine period due to coronavirus pandemic. Recently, BCCI posted a video on twitter handle in which Smriti shared this with her fans.
“First is working out, staying fit is really important, I have a workout place at my home, I have tried hard to gather all training equipment, I have had a word with my trainer, he keeps sending us the workouts that we need to follow,” Mandhana said in the video posted by BCCI.
“The other thing I like is spending time with my family, we enjoy playing cards together, I also help my mother with cooking and washing utensils have become a part of my daily routine,” she added.
Mandhana also urged people to stay at home and follow the general guidelines issued by the governing bodies. She added, “All of my friends play Ludo together online, I also like to watch two-three movies in a week, I would like to ask everyone to stay home and stay safe.”
Smriti Mandana was just 9 years old when she was selected to play for the Maharastra U-15 team at the district level. When she turned 11, she played for the Maharashtra U-19 cricket team in 2007. Mandhana made her test debut on 13 August 2014 against England Women in Wormsley.
Currently, The sports world is at a standstill due to the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus ‘COVID-19’ which was declared a pandemic by WHO on March 11th.