Australian batsman Marnus Labushane said on Monday that it would be ‘very disappointing’ for him and his team if the Indian team does not tour Australia due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.
The Indian team’s Australia tour will begin with the T20 World Cup in October. It will conclude with a four-match Test series that starts in December.
However, due to Corona virus infection, the situation is still not clear about this attack. There is uncertainty about how to control the epidemic, to deal with which travel restrictions are currently in place in Australia and India.
“This will mean that we will not be able to play cricket which would be very damaging for me, the team and Australia,” Labushane said in response to a question asked at an online press conference.
There is also a T20 World Cup starting from October 18 in the middle of the Indian tour, but due to this global epidemic, its future is also in the balance. In Australia, however, the number of people affected by the nationwide lockdown Kovid-19 has decreased. Only 6,800 people have been affected in the country out of which around 100 have died.
He praised the health workers of the country and said, “Hopefully, with their good works we will be able to host India.” The Indian team can come here after three-four or four-five months. ”The twenty-five-year-old batsman said,“ Everything is changing so fast that it is difficult to imagine anything. Hopefully things will be right. ‘