I hate players resting during the IPL so they can play the World Cup: Sanjay Manjrekar

In front of the Indian Head Association (IPL) 2023, a ton of inquiries are spinning around players’ wellness and responsibility the board considering the World Test Title (WTC) last happening only weeks after the IPL and the ODI World Cup likewise set for October-November not long from now.

Previous Indian batsman Sanjay Manjrekar doesn’t appear to be persuaded with the continuous discussion on the “responsibility the board” hypothesis yet said Hardik Pandya could have to keep a beware of his bowling effort, remembering the World Cup in the not so distant future.

“IPL’s prosperity is to a great extent subject to players’ wellness, and that everybody plays to their best potential. Fans love this competition, it’s very well known,” Manjrekar told ESPNCricinfo.

“Thus, I honestly hate players resting during the IPL with the goal that they can play the World Cup. Since, see, the players can get harmed in any event, during global matches. Anything can occur.

“There ought to be no limitations on players in IPL. Proprietors burn through cash on them and they ought to have the opportunity to involve a player however much they need. IPL ought to be given an exceptional status in such manner,” he added.

Manjrekar’s comment came after India chief Rohit Sharma has mentioned the establishment to deal with the responsibility of the Indian players.

Following the ODI series misfortune against Australia, the Indian commander had said, “It’s everything up to the establishments. The establishments own them [the players] now, so we’ve given a few signs or a marginal sort of thing to the groups of some sort. Be that as it may, by the day’s end it depends on the establishment and, above all it’s the players you know, they need to deal with their own body.”

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