A lucky few venture outdoors; for the rest, there was TV – a round-up of cricketers on social media.
After a long break, Dimuth Karunaratne and Lungi Ngidi were relieved to find they still had the touch.
For those still in front of their screens, there was plenty of love for The Last Dance, a documentary about Michael Jordan, with the final episode released.
🙌🏼🏀😊 Thanks for introducing me to the Bulls too big bro 🙏 https://t.co/Wi4ZJRRCVH— Suzie Bates (@SuzieWBates) May 19, 2020
#TheLastDance Not sure there will ever ever ever ever be a more compelling sports documentary🤷🏽🤷🏽🤷🏽. MJ🐐🐐.— Ian bishop (@irbishi) May 18, 2020
FYI: The Last Dance is the best documentary I’ve ever watched. 🏀— Andy Balbirnie (@balbo90) May 18, 2020
Players and management have done their best to keep active during lockdown, but there's nothing like the feel of bat on ball at the nets. A group of Netherlands players got a chance to resume training – with all precautions of course!
India skipper Virat Kohli continued to make the best of his situation, while sharing advice for those who are perhaps wavering in their routines.
Putting in the work is a way of life and not a requirement of profession. Choice is yours. pic.twitter.com/oymi2a5plw— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 15, 2020
Over in Australia, too, people got the chance to spend some time outside in the sunshine.
Back in my happy place with my mates. pic.twitter.com/2NmV8eoJTi— Ricky Ponting AO (@RickyPonting) May 15, 2020
Ventured out the house today ☀️🍂 pic.twitter.com/hgAkEfsPET— Megan Schutt (@megan_schutt) May 15, 2020
Kids during lockdown - ft David Warner!
Mohammad Amir, turning to the TV for some entertainment, came across a familiar face.
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