Digital Desk, New Delhi. Australian players Adam Zampa and Ken Richardson have decided to skip the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. According to cricket.com.au report, due to the increasing number of corona infections in India, Australian players have decided to return to the country.
JUST IN: Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson have joined countryman Andrew Tye in withdrawing from # IPL2021
– cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) April 26, 2021
Andrew Ty also decided to return to his country
Earlier, another Australian player Andrew Ty has also decided to return
Now 14 Australian players remaining in IPL
There are now 14 Australian players remaining in the IPL, including coaches such as Steve Smith, David Warner, Pat Cummins, Glenn Maxwell, Dan Christian, Daniel Samms, as well as Ricky Ponting and Katich. Commentators such as Matthew Hayden, Brett Lee and Michael Slater are included. Corona’s Test positive came before Daniel Symes’s tournament started but now he is fully recovered.
Ravichandran Ashwin also decided to withdraw from IPL
Delhi Capitals star of spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has decided to withdraw from the Indian Premier League (IPL). He gave information about it on social media. Ashwin tweeted, ‘I am taking a break from this year’s IPL from tomorrow. My family is currently fighting against the Kovid-19 epidemic. In this difficult time, I want to stand with them and encourage them. If the condition improves in the future, I can think of a return to the field. Thank you.’
Ashwin had said earlier in his tweet on 23 April that he will definitely support in whatever way he can to help those struggling with the coronavirus epidemic. He had said, ‘I would like to tell everyone that this virus is not spared to anyone and I am with you all in this fight. If any of you need my help in this fight, then please tell. I will help as much as possible from me. ‘