On Wednesday, Australian batsman Steve Smith has come up advising young batsmen to utilize this time and focus only to improving their hand-eye coordination. According to him, cricketers can practice at home and do batting against a wall to improve their batting skills at this time.
The right handed batsman posted a video of himself on Instagram to doing some cricket practice at home and captioned the post as : Just a little bit of #isobatting to keep up the hand-eye coordination #cricketdrill #stayhome #stayactive”.
“It’s a nice little exercise you can do at home to practice your cricket skills and keep your hand-eye coordination, you can hit some cricket balls against the wall, you need to focus on your bat face and where is it,” Smith added in a video on Instagram.
Now Steve Smith is currently the number one batsman in a ICC test with getting 911 points and Indian skipper virat kohli is closely followed him with getting 886 points.
Smith was last seen in action against New Zealand in the first ODI of the three-match series. After the first ODI, the series between both sides was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
If IPL had started than Smith would have been leading a Rajasthan Royal team as a skipper But due to pandemic situation IPL has been postponed.