The IPL will be held in the UAE from 19 September to 10 November in a controlled environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee believes that the players will act responsibly during the IPL this year and if bored in hotel rooms, they should learn to play the guitar. Lee said on the Star Sports show Cricket Connected, ‘First of all, for your health, the most important thing is to ensure social distance and you follow COVID standards, so I don’t think any player going out and doing wrong. Would like to do. ‘
Lee went on to say, ‘This is for their teams and their fans too, because if the IPL didn’t happen, it would be a catastrophe, right? Around the world, people want to watch cricket, they are missing the game. I believe that all players, certainly cricketers, will ensure that they do the right thing and will be playing according to the rules. Lee, who has taken over 300 wickets in both Tests and ODIs, is part of the rock band Six and Out and plays bass guitar. To this, Lee says, ‘Look, this is an eight to nine week tournament, they are being paid really, really well, they will be present on a great show for the world, so these eight weeks will benefit Pick up and learn guitar.