Cricket Australia Team News & Updated
Numerous worldwide stars have tended to the issue of emotional well-being as of late. From Virat Kohli to Glenn Maxwell, a few notable players have opened up about their encounters with mental issues like sorrow and nervousness.
Discussing Cricket Australia (CA), a few players alongside Glenn Maxwell; have spread out their emotional wellness issues in the course of recent months. Their battle with emotional wellness has additionally prompted them to pull back from playing cricket for an impermanent period. These are the players who can include any similarity with the talented cricketers of Australia; such as Glenn Maxwell, Nic Maddinson, Kate Hall, Will Pucovski and many others.
In the wake of such occurrences, Cricket Australia, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic; has as of late opened another position named ‘Psychological well-being and Wellbeing Lead’.
Drew Ginn suggests this step will provide reinforcement to current psychologists
The new Mental Health and Wellbeing Lead will give a more noteworthy spotlight on psychological well-being at Cricket Australia; giving them an individual asset devoted to this zone. The job will likewise give more extensive case the executives backing to CA contracted players; Drew Ginn, High-Performance Chief at Cricket Australia had said.
It will give further support to their present therapists working with their groups.
With the current situation all over the world, it is very essential and urgent to provide therapy and help to the players and all the people actively involved with these cricketers.
Then, Cricket Australia, similar to all major cricketing sheets, has been enduring because of the nonattendance of worldwide movement due to COVID-19 episode. The much-anticipated T20 World Cup in Australia is likewise nearly deferment.
The pandemic has likewise unleashed devastation on the monetary viewpoint as CA needed to fire a sum of 200 workers among April and June. Besides, the previous Chief Executive, Kevin Roberts, likewise needed to go separate ways with the cricket body.