IPL 2021: Cricket Australia urges to bring Australian nationals back to Australia
Cricket Australia now urges BCCI to help them evacuate Australian nationals back to Australia.
Postponement and suspension of IPL 2021 have rigged different cricket boards to bring back their players from India. Cricket South Africa as well as now Cricket Australia has informed BCCI about this cause to bring back their players.
A joint Twitter statement from CRICKET AUSTRALIA and the Australian Cricket Association briefed their overview to bring back Australian players.
Cricket Australia and the @ACA_Players understand the decision of the BCCI to indefinitely postpone the 2021 Indian Premier League for the safety and wellbeing of all participants. pic.twitter.com/M612hrnZFo
— Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) May 4, 2021
The breach of the secure bubble has bluffed off the IPL 2021 segregation from the rest of the situation as things are miserable in all aspects in India as COVID-19 has reached unprecedented levels.
Many Australian players such as David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Pat Cummins etc contested from different IPL franchise. Although the likes of Adam Zampa left the IPL tournament amidst and even Josh Hazelwood didn’t even participate citing worsening conditions in India of COVID-19.