Outstanding Tamil Nadu cricketer Murali Vijay won’t participate in the forthcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. The batsman is reluctant to take the Covid-19 antibody and doesn’t have any desire to go through bubble life too.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has delivered the standard working systems, and has requested the state relationship to carry out something very similar.
The BCCI SOPs have commanded that a player should remain inside the bio bubble protocol for seven days before the competition starts and should keep remaining in the secured environment as long as he is a piece of the group too.
Furthermore, Vijay isn’t enthusiastic about after these SOPs and subsequently, the 37-year-old has not been considered for determination by Tamil Nadu for the competition.
“It is his personal decision. He is hesitant to take the vaccine. The BCCI SOPs say that a player needs to be inside the bubble for a week before a tournament starts and then as long as he is with the team. But Vijay is not too keen on it. So the Tamil Nadu selectors haven’t considered him for selection,” stated by the Source.
The source further illustrated that the Tamil Nadu selectors have not talked about Murali Vijay’s name in the selection committee . Adding that Vijay probably won’t have come to the Tamil Nadu crew regardless of whether he had consented to take the antibody, the source closed by expressing that Vijay should show his wellness to be considered for choice indeed at his age.
“The selectors have not even discussed about him in the selection meeting and he didn’t even make it to the Tamil Nadu list of probables picked before the domestic season. So even if he is ready to take the vaccine and wants to make a comeback, it will be a long road for him because he won’t be picked immediately. He has to prove his fitness and needs to have a few matches under his belt to be selected for Tamil Nadu again,”concluded by the Source.