Ollie Robinson takes a break from cricket after being suspended (PC-AFP)
After being suspended from international cricket, fast bowler Ollie Robinson has decided to take a break from cricket. His county team Sussex gave this information.
New Delhi. Everything was going well for England fast bowler Ollie Robinson till last week. He made his Test debut for England but with this match something happened to him that he could never have imagined. Olly Robinson was suspended from international cricket for his racist tweet 9 years ago and now this player has taken a break from cricket. Olly Robinson’s county club Sussex informed on Thursday that this player will be away from the cricket field for some time.
According to the Sussex statement, Robinson will spend some time with his family and will not be available for the next few matches of the T20 Blast. The Sussexes said, ‘Alli has decided to take a short break from cricket, he wants to spend some time with his family. We will be in touch with them and will keep updating on this issue.
Did Ollie Robinson go into depression?
The question is, has Olly Robinson gone into depression due to the decision of the England Cricket Board? Is Robinson unable to bear the pain of being suspended from international cricket? Let us tell you that during the Lord’s Test, the 9-year-old tweet of All Robinson went viral on social media in which he wrote racist things, after which the ECB suspended him with immediate effect. Robinson’s debut was excellent and he took a total of 7 wickets in his name, but despite this he was asked to return to his county team. The issue of suspending Robinson in this way has become a hot topic in England. Even the Prime Minister of Britain questioned this decision of the ECB. However, the ECB is firm on its decision. By the way, after Robinson, now the old controversial tweets of other big players of England are also going viral on social media, after which the England Cricket Board has said to investigate against them as well. The names of these players include captain Eoin Morgan and wicketkeeper Jos Buttler.