Coronavirus: 3 GAME HABITS WHICH MAY CHANGE AFTER COVID 19
1 month ago
The sports have been badly affected by Coronavirus and sports events are closed due to it. There are only 3-4 countries, where football or basketball matches are being played. All players have certain habits during the game which they repeat again and again. These habits may not be seen after coronavirus in lieu of safety issues. For this reason, the game may look different from before.
Three Habits that may not be seen after COVID 19 are:
Shaking hands before and after the match
Players shake hands and embrace before & after matches. This habit of shaking hands might get lost after coronavirus. NBA star LeBron James said some time ago that I will not do high-5 in my entire life anymore. After scoring goals in football, the players celebrate together, this will be avoided.
Spitting on the ball in a cricket game
In cricket, the bowling team tries to maintain swing bowling by spitting on the ball. Cricketers have a habit of spitting on the ball as they pass it. In tests, it helps a lot in the reverse swing. After Corona, players will rarely spit on the ball out of fear.
Take a towel from a ball boy or girl in a tennis game
Players use towels during the tennis match. For this, the ball boy or ball girl stands near the court with a towel. ATP had racks placed for trials during some matches. But the players did not like it. Now when there will be matches, players avoid taking towels from the hands of others.