‘Starting to hate cricket’ Says Dom Bess
Despite of India’s Covid-19 cases the Indian Premier League tournament will continue amidst Covid-19 outbreak.
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Maharashtra witnessed nearly 900 deaths. The state reported 66,358 new cases, Uttar Pradesh 32,921, Kerala 32,819 and Karnataka 31,830 cases in the last 24 hours. Delhi recorded 24,149 fresh Covid-19 victim and over 300 deaths for 6th day in a row.
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Bess continued: “In all honesty, I’m not thinking about England at all. Of course, it’s there, but I’m not pushing that. It’s about banking what I do, making sure it’s a long-term process.
I’m 23, so I’m looking at four-five years’ time, and what I do now – if the chance did come, I can go back into the international scene and know my game more. If it’s this summer, it’s this summer,”
“It’s more the trust and the process of that, trusting England that they’re not just going to throw me out, and it goes both ways. I had some really tough lessons in India.
I had some great support from Jeetan Patel and Richard Dawson, with who I’m in regular contact with. I’m in regular contact with Jack Leach as well. And I think it’s really important that you build that entourage, because it’s not about yourself, it’s about the team, whether it’s England or Yorkshire,” he added.