BCCI has postponed IPL 2021 indefinitely

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The BCCI has postponed this season indefinitely after several players were found to be corona infected in IPL 2021. Let me tell you that many foreign players were also playing in this tournament. Now they are having a dilemma in repatriation. Let us know that many countries are currently prohibiting international flights coming from India. It also includes Australia. At the same time, Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) is also in a dilemma about repatriation after the postponement of IPL 2021. The Board of Control for Cricket in India confirmed on Tuesday that the 2021 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been postponed with immediate effect.

How and when to return home

Talking to a news channel, Cummins said that he would decide only when and how to return home after the situation was completely clear. At the same time, it is being told that the players of Australia playing in the IPL will go to the Maldives, from there they can return to their country. However, no official statement has been revealed so far.

Three Australian cricketers have already returned home

Explain that given the fast-growing Corona cases in India, three Australian cricketers playing in this season of IPL have already returned home before the IPL has been postponed, but now the Australian Government has banned flights coming from India. Have given. In such a situation, Australian cricketers can either go to the Maldives or return to Australia via Dubai.

BCCI gave assurance

However, the BCCI has assured the foreign players that every possible measure will be taken for the safe return of foreign players involved in the IPL. Let me tell you, Cummins donated an amount of $ 50,000 reserved for Covid-19 victims to UNICEF Australia’s India Covid-19 Crisis Appeal.


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