In the fear of that they will be locked of their countries and can’t go back to their homes many Australian cricketers are packing up to leave Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 by seeing increase cases of covid-19 in India.
Australia pace bowler Andrew Tye left his franchise Rajasthan Royals (RR) for ‘personal reasons’, it came to light on Sunday, after fellow RR player England’s Liam Livingstone had left a few days back citing ‘bubble fatigue’.
On Monday (26 April) Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) reported that many Australian players are ‘nervous about going back to their home after the Australian government reduced the number of incoming passengers from India.
By looking towards the new cases rising height in India players are ready to leave tournament in the mid after new restrictions by Australian government on Sunday, SMH reported.
“Everyone’s pretty nervous about what’s going on over here, but they’re also pragmatic,” Hussey added. The report quoted Kolkata Knight Riders mentor David Hussey, also saying, “Everyone’s sort of a bit nervous about whether they can get back into Australia. I dare say there’ll be a few other Australians (besides Tye) a bit nervous about getting back into Australia.
India is currently facing a very tough time due to seeing increasing speed in corona new cases from which our Indian players ae also in deep thought of leaving Indian Premier League tournament 2021.