IPL 2022: Hardik passed the difficult yoyo test, this player failed…check now
BCCI sources said on condition of anonymity: “The fitness test is for players who have returned from injury.
This is an overall fitness assessment ahead of the busy IPL season New Delhi: Injury-prone Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya has passed the Yo-Yo Fitness Test at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru and is now ready to lead the Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League (IPL). They are all set for.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is examining the fitness of its centrally-signed players ahead of the IPL and Pandya‘s two-day performance in the NCA bodes well for Indian cricket. BCCI sources said on condition of anonymity: “The eligibility test is for players who have returned from injury.
This is an overall fitness assessment ahead of the busy IPL season. He is an important player and it is necessary to assess his current physical condition. However, one player who is disappointed with his current level of fitness is Prithvi Shaw, according to the information. Failed the yo-yo test.
The current number for the yo-yo score is 16.5, while starter Shaw is known to only score 15 in this case. Shaw is not yet a central signer, but he has been to the NCA to update them on his fitness. Sources said: “It’s just a fitness rating. That doesn’t stop Prithvi from playing for Delhi Capitals in the IPL.
Hardik passed the difficult yoyo test but Know what the yo-yo test is:
How is the yo-yo test performed?
There are 23 levels in the YoYo test, but the player test starts at the 5th level. Below that, the player has to complete a distance of 2020, i.e. 40 meters in a set time.
This time decreases as the level increases. The score is decided on this basis. To date, no one has been able to transcend its final stage, i.e. H. 23.
Different countries have different standards
The score for passing the YoYo test for the Indian cricket team has remained at 16.5. Some time ago it was still 16.1. Even legends like Yuvraj and Suresh Raina once failed this test.
At the same time, this score is 19 for the teams from Australia, England, and New Zealand, then 17.4 for Sri Lanka Pakistan, and 18.5 for the South African players.