Javeria Khan anxious to return to the field after 7 months
Senior and tenure cricketer of the national women’s team, Javeria Khan, has said that she is anxious to re-visitation of the field after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) declared that cricket activities for female cricketers were resuming from October 8, with first up being an elite camp in Karachi.
“We as a whole are eager to be back for camp after seven months and are energetically anticipating activities to resume so that we can rediscover our musicality. It was frustrating to stay away from cricket. I am happy that we are finally returning,” Javeria revealed to Geo Super.
“Pulling together after seven or eight months, we as a whole are looking forward. I will probably recapture my batting structure and score as much as possible,” said the initial player.
Discussing her lock-down activities, the 32-year-old said that she just focused on fitness and couldn’t do much past that.
“Now and again during the lockdown, it got frustrating however there was want to re-visitation of the game we as a whole love,” Javeria said.
“The lockdown has instructed me that there isn’t anything perpetual throughout everyday life. Your vocation is short so just appreciate whatever you have.”
Javeria believes that the new condition won’t be hard
With a ‘bio-secure’ bubble set up, Javeria believes that the new condition won’t be hard to become accustomed to, including that it will assist her with planning for future tournaments.
“The SOPs and the bio-secure bubble aren’t a distraction. There isn’t anything more distracting than not having the option to play cricket. We are all struggled to live with this bio-secure bubble because it is significant for our wellbeing,” she said.
“There’s a bio-secure condition during men’s National T20 Cup and there will be one for our camp when it starts in Karachi one week from now. I think this will improve us arranged for our future cricket tournaments.
She also hailed the arrangement of new mentor David Hemp, saying that the move will be advantageous for Pakistan Women’s cricket.
Javeria also expressed her joy at the development of women’s cricket in Pakistan, which is demonstrated by an increased number of players in the national pool.
“It is exceptionally energizing to see more girls in the national pool. We have a gathering of 27 for the up and coming camp and the focus for these 27 is to be among the top 14 to get the green top. The camp will be an excellent open door for youngsters to show their skills and demonstrate their value,” she said.
In the interim, Javeria said that the postponement of ICC events was a blessing in disguise for Pakistan Women’s team and others.
“The time span that we as a whole got will give us a chance to more readily set ourselves up. On the off chance that these tournaments were held according to schedule, at that point it would’ve been hard for some teams as they were not set up because of the pandemic,” she said.