“Salvia Ban Favours Batsmen” – Sachin Tendulkar

Indian cric legend ‘Sachin Tendulkar’ has thought that the Salvia Ban imposed under the COVID-19 protocols has ‘impeded’ the bowlers.

The 47-year-old veteran who portrayed the face of the Indian Cricket Team from 1989 to 2013 compared the bowlers’ present circumstance with batsmen being permitted to score just one side of the ground. 

In a recent meeting with ANI on Monday (Dec-14), Sachin Tendulkar talked about Salvia’s centrality in cricket. 

He stated – “There ought to have been another option, however, the option is as yet not there so it is in a real sense like asking a batsman you can’t score runs on the offside, you can just score on the onside. It is in a real sense that way. There is no substitute accommodated spit and that is the reason bowlers are disabled.” 

The International Cricket Council (ICC) banned cricketers from applying spit ready to forestall the spread of COVID-19. In spite of the fact that the matches occur inside a bio-secure bubble, the global cricket administering body doesn’t wish to face any challenges. 

Sachin Tendulkar accepts that the game is presently intensely for the batsmen because sweat isn’t as powerful as spit.

Sachin wasn’t the only one saying Salvia Ban favors batsmen

The ICC endorsed the restriction on cleaning the ball with spit in June this year. After the choice was declared, previous Indian cricket crew mentor Greg Chappell had portrayed the favorable position for the batsmen as a ‘grisly tempest in a teacup’. 

The Indian cricket crew’s quick bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar had additionally expressed that the salivation boycott made his job more challenging. Meanwhile, Jasprit Bumrah added that this boycott would hurt their odds of reverse swinging the ball in Test cricket.

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