Australian batsman David Warner said that if a cricketer is to be infected, it is not necessarily only from this. Any dressing room can be shared.
Australia’s star opener David Warner does not think that the use of saliva to shine the ball will need to be stopped when cricket is restored to the world after the end of the Kovid-19 pandemic. He feels that it is no more or less risky than sharing the dressing room with fellow players.
There is speculation that the use of saliva to flash the ball will be stopped to avoid the risk of infection. Warner told ‘cricket dot com dot au’, ‘You are sharing the dressing room and apart from that you share everything, so I don’t see why it needs to be changed.’
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He said, ‘All this has been going on for many years, I do not remember if anybody got sick from doing so. If you have to get infected, I don’t think it is necessarily only from this. ‘