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Family time, reading, watching TV: Aryaman Birla reveals what he does after a tough day on the field

The cricketer revealed that he is not a huge TV watcher.

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Last Updated: Oct 17, 2019, 09.27 AM IST
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At the ET Panache dialogue's roundtable last month, cricketer Aryaman Birla shared what he does after a bad day on the field.
The Madhya Pradesh Ranji team player opens up about how he destresses after a hard day on the field.

At the ET Panache dialogue's roundtable last month, cricketer Aryaman Birla shared what he does after a bad day on the field. "It’s a bit tough. I think as a cricketer, you know, you have a lot of bad days and very few good days. So I think that’s something that you have to learn on the job. You know, I think I’m still learning that," he said.

Sharing what he does, the Madhya Pradesh Ranji team all-rounder explained, "You have to switch off completely, spend time with family, friends, read, watch some TV. Just completely forget about the game and realise that the next day is a new day. That’s hard to do but I’m still trying to do that."

The last thing Birla watched on television is a blur. "I actually don’t remember the last thing I watched, some documentary. I’m not a huge TV watcher. I probably watch the 'Ashes'," he ended.

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