Didn’t hear any complaints from Indian players: Tim Paine on Brisbane quarantine | Cricket News
The Indian and Australian groups are as soon as once more in a tough quarantine after new instances of UK mutant pressure have been discovered within the Queensland capital. The organisers have offered solely primary amenities to the gamers.
Nonetheless, Indian batting coach Vikram Rathour mentioned that one would not want “housekeeping companies” to maintain the motivation going earlier than an necessary Check match.
Paine’s teammate Mitchell Starc‘s spouse and Southern Stars worldwide Alyssa Healy had mocked the Indian staff for the alleged complaints about Brisbane quarantine.
“I have not seen these feedback and albeit talking by no means learn any feedback from the Indian gamers. It has been difficult for everybody and extra so for them, to be in a distinct nation and extra away from their households,” Paine mentioned.
“I do know the difficulties they should be going by way of and I do know Steve Smith and Pat Cummins are in the identical sneakers as them. It’s tough however I have not heard something instantly from Indian gamers,” the house staff captain mentioned.
For Rathour, the issues within the lodge did not for as soon as have an effect on their give attention to the Check match forward.
“We’re enjoying Australia in Australia in opposition to probably the greatest assaults on this planet. So I believe motivation is there. You do not want housekeeping or room service to encourage your self,” the previous Punjab captain mentioned.
“In fact, these have been considerations which have been handed on to BCCI, I believe the BCCI is in contact with CA to take care of all this stuff. So far as the staff is worried, we’re focussed on the sport and we’re trying ahead to this recreation.”