Sastri warned the world about the mental fatigue of the players.

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Team India’s departing head coach Ravi Shastri has said that cricketers might opt to pull out of international commitments if the cricket boards around the world and International Cricket Council (ICC) doesn’t address their mental fatigue of the players.
Shastri said “All cricket boards and the ICC need to think about how they are going to handle the players’ mental fatigue. Because after some time, you will see players starting to pull out from future series if we continue to play in such bubbles. You can make changes, ask youngsters to fill in, but at the end of the day, India is playing and that is how people will remember it. And let me tell you, this Indian team is a winning team,”
Sastri said that the X-Factor was missing in team Indian, and the side wasn’t “switched on” as it should have due to fatigue.
“It’s when the big games come and when the pressure hits you – you are not that switched on as you should be. And it’s not an excuse. We take defeat because we are not scared of losing. Because in trying to win, you will lose a game. Here we didn’t try to win because that X-factor was missing,” he said.

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