Indian players have to use three weeks of unexpected relaxation and hotel quarantine to meet fitness requirements that are often missed during the session, Indian team strength and conditioning coach Soam Desai said on Monday. Desai, along with New Zealand’s Nick Webb, is the strength and conditioning coach of the men’s team, responsible for keeping the team in the top spot in fitness ahead of the World Test Championship final in Southampton starting June 18.
Desai told bcci.tv, “Nick and I thought we were taking advantage of the time that the players had to relax. It’s been a long year for them since the last IPL. Desai said all the top players in India were advised to relax and take some time and be with family before returning to training.
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The team will be touring England for more than three months on Wednesday night. Desai, who has been working with Indian fast bowler Mohammed Siraj for a long time, said: “The whole process of training the players takes three weeks. They usually cannot do this because they have to constantly play the game. He said, ‘We are slowly moving in a direction that is really important to them. ನಾವು We are working on those aspects that we think cannot be done in Taiwan.
He thanked the BCCI, saying: “They have put us in a room with a balcony and we are grateful to the BCCI that the players have been able to exercise freely.
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