Coronavirus has marked a full stop in front of the cricketing activities all across the globe. There are no probabilities for the canceled league, series, and tournaments to go ahead nearby in the future. Recently, the Dutch government has extended the lockdown till 1st September as a consequence of which Pakistan vs Netherlands series has been called off.
The cricket events that have got an indefinite delay need to be rescheduled, but nobody can see any possible windows available at least for now. One of the mega-events, ICC T20 World Cup, was all set to be initiated by 18th October. The global health crisis does not seem to be in favor of scheduling the project normally.
David White, the chief of New Zealand cricket in a recently held meeting has urged out his words according to which no comments over the destiny of ICC T20 World Cup 2020 would be made before July. A meeting is to be organized affiliated by officials which will make comment over the possibilities of the event that is to be played in Australia.
“Cricket Australia is working very closely with the government authorities and they are planning for it (T20 World Cup) to go ahead in October and November,” White told reporters.
“There’s contingency planning going on and lots of discussions but no decisions will be made, if decisions are made, it will be in July,” he added.
David clarified to the officials of the other boards to unite the forces so they can accommodate mutually what is needed for rescheduling ICC T2o World Cup.
“We’ve all got to be open-minded about planning going forward, it’s only April. We’ve got to work together, we’ve got to be flexible so we can accommodate these events,” he added.