The 23-year old also asked everyone to stay home and follow the guidelines issued by the government
New Delhi: Opening batswoman Smriti Mandhana on Monday revealed how she is spending time during lockdown amid the coronavirus crisis.
In a video posted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Twitter, Mandhana talked about her daily routine.
"First is working out, staying fit is really important. I have a workout place at my home. I have tried hard to gather all training equipment, had a word with my trainer who keeps sending us the workouts that we need to follow," Mandhana said in the video posted by BCCI.
"The other thing I like is spending time with my family, we enjoy playing cards together. I also help my mother with cooking and washing utensils has become a part of my daily routine," she added.
The 23-year-old also asked everyone to stay home and follow the guidelines issued by the government.
"All my friends play Ludo together online. I also like to watch two-three movies in a week, I would like to ask everyone to stay home and stay safe," Mandhana said.
Mandhana was last seen in action during the Women's T20 World Cup where she scored just 49 runs in four matches.