How Mumbai cricketers are making the most of self-isolation

While some cooked and worked out, others had a little cricket session indoors.

The coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on the sporting events across the world. With all the matches and events suspended, players who would have been sweating it out in the stadiums have taken a step back to spend time away from the field.

The Mumbai cricketers have obeyed the advice of health experts to remain at home in an effort to contain the COVID-19 spread.

These cricketers have taken to social media to show their ways of living life at home while maintaining social distancing.

Here, we take a look at how some of these Mumbai stars have been spending their day away from the cricket ground.

Shivam Dube calls for gratitude

Shivam Dube showed his support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s appeal for a Janta Curfew. The talismanic all-rounder who recently returned from the New Zealand tour with the Indian national team shared a video thanking the doctors and policemen for their work in these tough times.

Suru Nayak offers home lessons

Sujit Nayak, put up a post of his father, Suru Nayak teaching the family a few batting techniques. Suru Nayak, who is also a former Indian player has represented the country in Tests and ODIs can be seen imparting knowledge to two young women about the different defensive techniques.

Home gym for Iqbal Abdulla

Iqbal Abdulla didn’t let the closure of gyms take a toll on his fitness regime. He was seen doing some weight training inside his house. The left-arm spinner made it clear that you don’t need a fancy gym to stay fit.

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#workoutmotivation #homesweethome #gymlover #iqqiabdullah#sia #besafeeveryone👏🏻 #happyfriday

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Culinary delight for Dhawal Kulkarni

Dhawal Kulkarni was not far off and showed off his culinary skills with an Instagram post of him cooking chicken curry. The talented Mumbai veteran is making the best of his time at home by working on his off-field skills.

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Doing my bit staying at home!!🏠 Stay home Stay Healthy Stay safe!! #cooking #chickencurry

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These sportsmen have set an example by taking this break from cricket in a positive way by keeping busy with other important aspects of life.

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