India’s star fast-bowler Mohammad Shami has finally returned to bowling in the nets during a practice session at his farmhouse following a more than three months’ break due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
While some international teams have started outdoor training, the cricketing activities are remained at standstill in India since March due to the Coronavirus outbreak. However, Indian players like Ishant Sharma, Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara returned to training in individual capacities.
The 29-year-old pacer has also already started individual training at his farmhouse since last month amid the COVID-19 pandemic and keeps sharing videos of his practice sessions on his social media handles.
Well, Shami is now back in the nets with the ball, albeit not within the Indian team set-up, but at his farmhouse, as the pacer shared a short video clip of his bowling to his brothers at his hometown in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday (July 2).
In the video, the Indian star can be seen bowling in good rhythm while practicing his in-coming and away going deliveries. Looking at his stride and wrist position, he didn't look rusty at all despite being out of action since the New Zealand tour earlier this year.
He captioned the post: “Quality practice session ????at my farmhouse ????all brothers together”