MUMBAI: As all the sporting activities including cricket have been suspended or postponed due COVID-19 outbreak, Indian women cricket team’s star opener Smriti Mandhana on Monday revealed how is she keeping herself engaged indoors amid lockdown.
She said that all players of her team are maintaining their bond by playing ludo together online amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The BCCI Women on Monday shared a video of Mandhana on Twitter talking about how she is spending time at her home during the lockdown.
“We, all friends together play ludo online, so that keeps us all bonded, all the teammates,” Mandhana said in a video.
The Sangli-born cricketer, like all other sportspersons, is trying home workouts to stay fit.
“Staying fit is very important, so I am working out. I keep in touch with the trainer and receive feedback. He keeps sending us all the workouts that we need to follow,” Mandhana added.
“The other thing I like is spending time with my family. We play a lot of cards together. I keep helping mom with cooking. I guess washing utensils has become a part of my daily routine, and I love troubling my brother as well. It’s my favourite pass time,” the India opener said.
She also revealed that she is sleeping at least 10 hours a day to keep herself happy and watching many movies as she is a big movie buff.
Mandhana, at last, reminded her fans to practice social distancing and stay indoors during the lockdown.
Watch her video here: