Former West Indies wicketer Jeff Dujon.
Former West Indies wicketkeeper / batsman Jeffery Dujon feels there’s not going to be any main sports activities happening for the remainder of 2020 and even when sporting occasions get the inexperienced gentle, he doesn’t anticipate the environment to be the identical as it could have been earlier than the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dujon, 63, now a revered cricket commentator talking on the Mason and Visitor radio program in Barbados final week, wasn’t optimistic about sports activities resuming not less than not earlier than a vaccine is developed for the lethal virus that has affected over three million individuals worldwide.
“This has introduced the whole lot to a halt. All of the nations are being affected however I suppose the smaller ones are being affected most by way of revenues primarily at this level,” he stated.
“It’s troublesome particularly in gentle of the truth that we principally don’t know after we will get to a stage when these actions can resume,” he added.
Dujon stated he doesn’t assume there’s any cricket going to be performed till “we get again to a scenario of normalcy the place individuals can collect.”
Cricket West Indies has already curtailed its first-class season and canceled its youth tournaments, whereas the senior staff’s tour to England in Might/June has been postponed.
“Financial collapse is an actual concern however on the identical time in an effort to combat it you can not endanger the lives of individuals. That will be irresponsible,” the Jamaican stated.