India's veteran off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who was forced to stay at home for more than two months due to a coronavirus epidemic, said on Thursday that he is now feeling uneasy and desperate to play on the field. Huh.
Ashwin, like other Indian cricketers, has not been able to practice since March 25 due to a nationwide lockdown implemented to prevent the infection of this deadly epidemic. During the online chat with Sadhguru, Ashwin said, 'Initially I felt that I am fine but now I am getting uncomfortable, I want to play on the field or do something like that, I am getting uncomfortable inside the house I am.
During the conversation, Ashwin played the role of host and asked Sadguru a number of questions on Kovid-19 and other issues. The 33-year-old spinner Ashwin lives in Chennai, where sports activities have not yet resumed.