IPL to continue amid Coronavirus scare

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New Delhi, 26/4 (AO Bureau):

Amid the growing Corona crisis in India, it has also worried the players in the safe bio bubble of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021). Apart from India’s experienced offspinner Ravichandran Ashwin, some Australian players have left the league in the middle. But the BCCI has made it clear that the game will continue.

Ashwin (R Ashwin) of Delhi Capitals tweeted on Sunday after winning the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad, ‘I am taking a break from this season’s IPL from tomorrow. My family is fighting the Corona (Covid-19) epidemic and it needs my help in this difficult time. “He said,” I will return if the situation goes in the right direction. Thank you Delhi Capitals. ‘It is believed that a member of Ashwin’s family has been found to be Corona positive.

Australia and Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Andrew Tye left the IPL in the midst of fears of entry into his country due to rising Corona cases in India. It is being claimed that many cricketers from Australia can take this decision. At the same time, Ken Richardson and Adam Jampa of Royal Challengers Bangalore also decided to leave the league for personal reasons.

 

Andrew Tye said that he took this decision due to the increasing cases of isolation of people from India in his hometown of Perth. Ty has not played a single match for the Royals yet and was bought for one crore rupees.
Ty told ‘Radio Radio’ from Doha on Monday, “There are many reasons for this but the main reason is that there has been an increase in the number of hotels in the hotels of people returning from India in Perth.” The Perth government is trying to cut down on the number of people entering Western Australia. ‘

He said that fatigue of living in bubble is also a reason. He said, ‘I thought that I should not get entry in the country, I should leave before that. Spending long time in the bubble is quite tiring. Since August, I have been out of the bubble for only 11 days and now I want to go home. ‘

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