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David Warner, Steve Smith withdraw from IPL for fear of losing entry to Australia?

Earlier, two players from Royal Challengers Bangalore and one from Rajasthan withdrew from the IPL due to rising corona in the country.

Mumbai: The scourge of corona is increasing day by day in the country. The IPL 2021 is currently underway with all the precautions being taken at a time when the cricket world is also facing a major crisis. Three foreign players have withdrawn from the IPL and returned home. Australia-India flights, on the other hand, are restricted. Against such a backdrop, the Hyderabad team is now likely to be hit hard.

Hyderabad skipper David Warner and Rajasthan’s Steve Smith are also expected to withdraw from the IPL. Earlier, three Australian players withdrew from the IPL. On the other hand, BCCI officials have said that the IPL will continue as scheduled.

Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Ken Richardson and Adam Zampa and Rajasthan Royals’ Andrew Tye have returned home. He has withdrawn from the IPL. He has decided to return home due to the growing corona in the country.

The Australian players have strictly followed the biobubble. Secondly, the fear of losing entry in Australia is also frightening the players playing in the IPL. He has also requested the Australian Board to arrange the flight after the end of the IPL.

Australia’s star bowler Pat Cummins, on the other hand, has extended a helping hand to the Indians. Cummins had announced डॉलर 50,000 in the PM Care Fund before the Kolkata match. Which is why this player is so much appreciated. Indians have also thanked him on social media.


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