Melbourne: IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) threat clouds are constantly hovering. The coronavirus (Coronavirus) is not taking the name of the havoc on this tournament. Many foreign players are worried about how they will return home.
‘No plan to send charter flight’
Cricket Australia chief Nick Hawkley said on Monday that he had no plans to arrange a charter aircraft to bring home Australian cricketers from India after the end of IPL 2021. India is badly affected by Kovid-19.
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Pre-IPO statement before coming to Corona
Nick Hockley said that the Australian players are feeling safe in the IPL bio bubble but their remarks came before the news of 2 players of Kolkata Knight Riders being found positive for this dangerous virus. Due to this, the match between KKR and RCB on Monday was postponed.
Cummins’s Corona Correspondents
Australia’s fast bowler Pat Cummins’s 2 teammates of Kolkata Knight Riders Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier have been found positive in the Corona virus test.
Chris Lynn requested
Mumbai Indians batsman Chris Lynn recently requested Cricket Australia to arrange a charter plane for Australian cricketers after the IPL 2021 tournament which ended on 30 May.
Board in contact with players
Nick Hockley told Melbourne Radio SEN, “There has been no discussion about arranging the chartered aircraft yet. We are in touch with the Australian Cricketers’ Association, the players and the BCCI to ensure that everything is fine and people can get complete information. We are in touch with the players and they are feeling good. They are feeling safe in the BCCI bio bubble.