Cricketers around the world are staying home and staying safe, while also trying to find ways to fill their days. Here's what they're up to.
No cricket, no school – but that has not deterred Bhutan cricket from using the extra time to impart cricketing knowledge to youngsters in a series of youtube videos.
Plenty of extra time also breeds creativity, as evidenced by Scotland's Matthew Cross.
And congratulations are in order for this former West Indies captain!
Glenn Maxwell has a lot of time on his hands. If he can't go golf, the golf will come to him.
How do you know you’ve lost it? When TikToks take up a majority of your day... pic.twitter.com/6IARBiJwyx— Glenn Maxwell (@Gmaxi_32) April 6, 2020
Saqlain Mushtaq went for a drastic makeover – all to make his daughter happy!
Stay safe, stay at home with your loved ones and enjoy our clip ❤️ pic.twitter.com/iFPP7p6ce2— Saqlain Mushtaq (@Saqlain_Mushtaq) April 6, 2020
The break in cricket is allowing players a chance to interact with fans more than ever before. India's Shikha Pandey was the latest to take questions in an honest and revealing Q&A session.
Wicket-keeper Sushma Verma rediscovered an old hobby.
Lauren Winfield, on a farm in Queensland, found some rather unusual new ones!
Ben Stokes enjoyed the fast life on the race track, featuring in Formula1's virtual race. He might get some company next time around!
Both of us in next race Stu??? Then I can compete against someone rather than driving by myself and getting lapped https://t.co/QJTfmsbYUn— Ben Stokes (@benstokes38) April 5, 2020
Maintaining an athlete's high level of fitness is one of the big challenges during this time. Hong Kong's cricketers decided to make a game of it.
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