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 Ravi Ashwin reveals a doctor’s surprising remark about how to regulate players’ workloads.

 Ravi Ashwin reveals a doctor's surprising remark about how to regulate players' workloads.

A doctor who was one of the YouTube watchers of Ashwin’s video irritated the spinner with a stunning comment he made about players’ workload.
Ravichandran Ashwin will be one of Team India’s most crucial players as it gets ready for the Border Gavaskar Trophy, and Australia will be keeping an eye out for him. Over the years, the 36-year-old has played a crucial role in the Indian Test team.

The Indian team just played six T20 Internationals and as many ODIs when hosting Sri Lanka and New Zealand in January 2023. Senior players like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli only played in the ODIs, while Hardik Pandya took on a leadership role and managed a young team for the T20I side.

Along with his all-around abilities, Ashwin is well-liked for his weekly YouTube cricket round-up programme, where he discusses a variety of subjects and even answers questions from the audience. He recently expressed his viewpoint on the subject of last week’s episode of his show: task management. The 36-year-old was confused after reading one of the comments when he asked the viewers to give their opinions.
“What workload, dude? asked one of the users. When we were kids, we used to play nonstop around without wearing slippers. So what level of difficulty are you playing at? ‘Stop whining.’ He made this remark and said that he was a doctor as well. He may be an aspiring doctor, but I’m not sure “According to Ashwin in the video.

Over the past few years, there has been a lot of discussion around workload management.
The topic of workload management has been broached frequently in cricket everywhere. Ben Stokes, an all-rounder for England, made a significant decision when he decided to take a break from playing international cricket owing to exhaustion. Ashwin expressed his opinion on the subject, stating that first-class cricket cannot even be compared to elite-level cricket.

“There won’t be the same degree of intensity. People who work five days a week and only play on the weekends may ponder how enjoyable it would be to play for the entire week. Although it’s possible that many of you have had leg and hand pain while playing. I don’t worry about the pain. Every athlete will experience agony, but it is part of their job, “Ashwin threw in.
The 36-year-old continued by saying that only players understand what they go through and that it is simple for outsiders to make judgements about situations without even having firsthand experience. The players will need to be physically and mentally fit in order to play under pressure scenarios as the Test series between Australia and India is scheduled to begin on February 9.


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