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Prithvi Shaw Talks About His Ban And Quarantine Period

Prithvi Shaw Talks About His Ban And Quarantine Period
Image Source: Prithvi Shaw Instagram

Prithvi Shaw said that doping ban was a torture for him personally but it did make him hungrier for good performance. Shaw who is trying different activities during this lockdown period also shared his experience of working with a few famous names in the last year of the Indian Premier League.

Shaw on post-ban and quarantine days

While interacting with his fans on Instagram from Delhi Capitals’ official handle, Prithvi Shaw spoke about his experience of serving a doping ban by the BCCI last year. The 20-year-old said, “It was a mistake. And the period away from cricket was torture. Doubts and questions arise, but I kept the faith and belief. I spent some time in London where I was working on my fitness, as I wasn’t allowed to bat anywhere. When the ban got over, and I returned to domestic cricket, I was hungrier than before.”

In fact, picking up bat made him realize that he was all set to come back to cricket. This period in fact made him a more determined person according to Shaw. “I picked up my bat and realised I hadn’t lost my touch at all. If anything, that time off made me a more determined person.”

He also revealed how he has been spending the lockdown period. “I’ve been working out a bit indoors and shadow practicing to maintain my fitness levels. I’ve also been helping my father in the kitchen. I can cook eggs quite well, and I’m trying to learn a few new things. I’ve been playing some PUBG too.”

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Written by Shreyasi Talukdar

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