#OnTheUp: What the cricket world is doing in quarantine

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It's been a while since any competitive cricket has been played and cricketers have found creative ways to keep themselves engaged while staying at home.

It is important, especially for athletes, to stay fit even from the confines of home. Lack of equipment shouldn't be a problem, as Azhar Ali will demonstrate.

David Warner's training included some catching practice and he even had a keen spectator.

The enforced cricket break has given players an opportunity to catch up on precious family time.

Not just the cricketers, but the fans too, found a way to remain close to cricket!

Good time to expand your social media repertoire!

Social media is always a good way to pass time and our Isolation Game yielded some interesting match ups.

And did you try to find out your quarantine partner? Some cricketers did.

Fun and games aside, the overarching message remains the same. Stay home and stay safe and we can overcome this!

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