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12:00 AM, May 09, 2020 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, May 09, 2020

Namaste in, high-fives out

Namaste and clapping could replace handshakes and high-fives when cricket resumes after the coronavirus pandemic, India's Ajinkya Rahane said. Wicket celebrations might look very different post-virus, the 31-year-old batsman said, predicting many changes on and off the field. "I think we might go back to the good old days when fielders would still stand in their designated positions after the fall of a wicket and clap," Rahane said in an online briefing. "Maybe handshakes will be replaced by a namaste," he added, referring to the Indian greeting where both hands are brought together in front of the chest.          

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