Actress-cum-anchor Sahiba Bali plans ‘cricket detox’ post T20 World Cup 2024

As the T20 World Cup 2024 reaches its thrilling conclusion, one of its prominent faces, actress-cum-anchor Sahiba Bali, has expressed her desire to take a well-deserved break from the intense cricketing action. Sahiba, known for her vibrant personality and in-depth knowledge of the game, has been a key figure in the tournament’s coverage on Star Sports.

Exhausting but rewarding experience

Sahiba Bali has been a constant presence on the screen, providing expert analysis and engaging interviews, throughout the IPL and T20 World Cup.  Her dedication and passion for the sport have been evident, but the relentless schedule and high-energy environment have taken their toll.

In a recent interview, Sahiba shared her thoughts on taking a cricket detox. “Covering the IPL and the T20 World Cup has been an incredible experience, but it’s also been exhausting. The excitement, the pressure, the long hours – it’s all part of the job, but I think it’s time for a cricket detox once the ICC tournament wraps up,” she was quoted as saying to an entertainment website.

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Plans for a break

Bali’s plans for her break are still under wraps, but she hinted at indulging in some much-needed relaxation and pursuing other interests. “I love cricket, but I also have other passions that I’ve put on hold. I’m looking forward to spending time with family, exploring new hobbies, and maybe even a little travel,” she added.

Sahiba Bali | Instagram
Sahiba Bali | Instagram

Continued Passion for Cricket

Despite her need for a break, Sahiba emphasized that her love for cricket remains as strong as ever. She assured fans that her ‘cricket detox’ is temporary and that she will return refreshed and ready to dive back into the cricketing world. The Kashmir-born anchor has been covering cricket day and night with the Star Sports for last three months; first IPL 2024 and now the T20 World Cup 2024.

“Cricket has always been a big part of my life, and it will continue to be. This break is just to recharge my batteries. I’ll be back with even more energy and enthusiasm,” she stated.

As the T20 World Cup 2024 draws to a close, viewers will miss Sahiba’s presence on their TV sets and mobile screens. However, they can look forward to her return, re-energized and ready to continue her journey in the world of cricket broadcasting.

For now, Sahiba’s ‘cricket detox’ is a reminder that even the most passionate professionals need time to recharge and rejuvenate, ensuring they can continue to excel in their roles.

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