New Delhi: India is currently going through the worst phase of Corona Virus. The corona is having an impact on the sports world as well. BCCI has postponed IPL 2021 (IPL 2021) till the next order arrives. In this big league, many players from different teams have been infected by this epidemic. Let’s take a look at the players who have been infected with the Corona virus in the IPL till now.
Amit Mishra and Wriddhiman Saha: Sunrisers Hyderabad wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals leg-spinner Amit Mishra Manglawar were found to be Corona positive. These are the two latest cases of corona virus infection in the IPL. As soon as these two players got infected, the BCCI postponed IPL 2021.
KKR also has 2 players positive: The match between KKR and RCB was postponed on Monday after two Kolkata Knight Riders players Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier got positive in the Corona Virus Test. Was done.
Corona also in CSK camp: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) CEO Kashi Viswanathan, bowling coach Laxmipathi Balaji and a bus cleaner were also found positive in the Kovid-19 test.
Devdutt Padikkal: Virat Kohli’s team RCB opener Devdutt Padikkal was found positive on March 22, even before the start of the IPL. After this, he was quarantined in his own house.
Daniel Symes: RCB’s all-rounder Daniel Symes was the second player to be infected with his team. Sames’s first test arrived in Chennai on 3 April had come negative, but later on the second test on 7 April, he was found infected with this virus.
Enrich Nortze: The Delhi Capitals fast bowler left India in the middle of the series in early April and came to India. After which this bowler was found positive in the Kovid Test.
Akshar Patel: Akshar Patel was the second player to be hit by Corona from Delhi Capitals. Akshar was infected with the Corona virus on 28 March. However, he later recovered and joined the team.
Nitish Rana: KKR’s opening batsman Nitish Rana fell prey to Corona even before the start of the IPL. However, after recovering in a few days, he joined the team back.
Kiran More: Mumbai Indians wicketkeeping coach Kiran More was placed in quarantine on 6 April after being found infected with the corona virus. However, they too were cured later.