Australia’s restricted overs captain Aaron Finch, becoming a member of his teammate David Warner, on Monday tried fingers at dancing for his newest Tik Tok video. Nonetheless, Finch wasn’t as assured as his opening accomplice Warner, whose dance abilities or the shortage of it have made him fairly standard on the video-sharing platform. Within the hilarious video, Finch shared what ideas cross his thoughts each time he thinks of dancing for a Tik Tok video. Finch realised that dancing for a Tik Tok video could be an excessive amount of for him, particularly given his age which mirrored within the caption he wrote. “Over 30 and attempting to bop on TikTok. May follow cricket #quarantinelife,” Finch captioned the video on Instagram.
Recently, Tik Tok has turn into a rage amongst sportspersons all throughout the globe. Many athletes, who’re disadvantaged of on-field motion, are additionally slowly taking to this behavior to kill time whereas locked inside their homes as a result of coronavirus lockdown.
The coronavirus pandemic has introduced sporting occasions around the globe to an entire standstill with clouds of uncertainty looming over the way forward for a number of key tournaments scheduled to be held later within the yr.
One such match is the Males’s T20 World Cup which is slated to be performed in Australia from October 18 to November 15.
Finch, who leads Australia within the white-ball format, feels the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic may result in a postponement of this yr’s T20 World Cup by as much as three months.
“I feel we would need to get our heads round a T20 World Cup that is perhaps postponed for a month, two months, three months, no matter it needs to be,” Finch instructed ‘SEN Radio’.
Finch feels authorities will have to be “inventive” whereas rejigging the worldwide schedule.
Earlier than the multi-nation match, Australia can also be set to host India for a T20I tri-series, adopted by a four-match Check collection in December.