Digital Desk, New Delhi. 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
In another tweet, he appealed to the countrymen to be vigilant in this difficult time, and said, ‘The heart is very sad to see the situation in my country at this time. I am not connected with the healthcare sector, but I am thankful to them for the way they are working in these difficult times. I appeal to all countrymen to take full vigil in this situation and protect themselves. ‘
Before Ashwin, Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Andrew Tye has also decided to withdraw from the tournament. On the other hand, Livam Livingstone of Rajasthan has also returned to England due to bio bubble fatigue.