Amid Coronavirus Pandemic just like other cricketers and athletes, Hardik Pandya is spending time at home during the nationwide lockdown. While staying indoors Hardik Pandya is trying to keep himself fit & healthy by doing exercise at home.
During forced break from cricket Hardik Pandya has not taken a back seat & is doing fitness training at his home itself. India’s all-rounder fast bowler is making sure that he stays fit by exercising at home. In a video shared on his twitter handle, Pandya is seen working out constantly without a break in order to stay fit as India fights against the Coronavirus Pandemic. He captioned the post on twitter, “Its time for Quaran-training, don’t forget about your personal fitness & well-being during the Quarantine period. Stay home, Stay Fit, Stay Healthy”. Various cricketers from around the country are sharing their workout videos on their social media handles to keep their fans entertain during the nationwide lockdown.
Hardik Pandya is out of the Indian team squad since the T20I series against South Africa which held in September in the year 2019 when he suffered a serious back injury. The Mumbai Indians player underwent lower back surgery in London last year & since then he is out of action and didn’t play any international game for India. Hardik Pandya was set to return in the three-match ODI series against South Africa which was scheduled to commence from 12th March in India but was called off due to ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic.
Looking at Hardik’s performance then we can say that he has been a key player for the Indian team squad & his performances in batting and bowling have helped India to win crucial International & National games. The all-rounder cricketer is an important factor in the upcoming T20 World Cup which is set to begin in Australia later this year.
Cricketers, celebrities & other athletes across the globe have appealed the citizens to follow social distancing & self-Quarantine as the world is battling against the novel COVID-19 Pandemic. Many sportspeople have also made monetary contributions to various funds to help their respective countries to fight effectively with COVID-19.