IPL 2021: NZ Commentator Simon Doull saddened to leave India in tough times
Former New Zealand Cricketer turned Commentator said he is sorry to leave India in such difficult times. Urged Indians to stay safe.
IPL postponement not only left many players saddened but also those involved around it too. One of the prominent commentators, New Zealand’s player turned commentator Simon Doull expressed his deep concerns towards India and the families who are dealing with the deadly pandemic.
IPL was officially suspended indefinitely after four players from three different franchises tested COVID positive. Two coaches from CSK were also infected with the virus.
“Dear India, You have given me so much over so many years and I am sorry to be leaving you in such trying times. To those who are suffering my heart goes out to you and your families. Please do what you can to stay safe. Until next time take care.” #india #cricket #love – Simon Doull wrote on his Twitter handle.
Here is the post :
Dear India, You have given me so much over so many years and I am sorry to be leaving you in such trying times. To those who are suffering my heart go’s out to you and your families. Please do what you can to stay safe. Until next time take care. #india #cricket #love
— Simon Doull (@Sdoull) May 5, 2021
Top players from the New Zealand contingent included captain Kane Williamson, Kyle Jamieson, James Neesham, and Trent Boult.
Australia will head to the Maldives and then return to Australia. England players (8 of them) have reached England, will have to undergo a 10-day quarantine in the hotel. New Zealanders and West Indians players are yet to leave Indian shores.
New Zealand players who are to head to England for a two-match test series and the World Test Championship will remain in India till May 10th