Australia’s explosive opener, David Warner has returned to tennis ball cricket as he is in isolation with his family amid the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Warner shared an Instagram video where he can be seen trying his hand at Tennis and working on his catching skills at home.
With most sporting activities either suspended or cancelled over fears surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic, many sportspersons have self-isolated themselves.
The cricketers are spending times with their families in quarantine. Australia opener David Warner found a reasonable alternative to improve his catching skills amid the self-isolation.
David Warner Improves Catching With Tennis Ball
Warner posted a video of himself on Instagram on Tuesday with his daughter while playing tennis in his backyard. Warner, while trying his hands at the Tennis, found a unique way to sharpen his catching skills to be ready for international live-action when it resumes.
Warner captioned the video: “Just trying to keep up the skills with some one hand catching. Remember soft hands ?? #Bullsdaycare”
Watch the video of the incident here:
Major Cricketing Events Come To A Hold After Coronavirus
The Kiwis and Kangaroos had to play a three-match ODI series. Australia won the first match of the series by 71 runs. The second and third ODIs were due to be played but both the boards decided to call off the tour.
Recently, the IPL 2020 was postponed till April 15 due to the coronavirus outbreak. To the disappointment of the cricket fans, the India-South Africa ODI series has also been called off.