The biobubble of the IPL 2021 has been breached with two Kolkata Knight Riders players test positive for COVID-19.
Even so, Todd Greenberg, executive director of the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) said players of his country has none plans leaving the IPL as they went to India with you “eyes wide open. “
However, he said “concern” is growing over plans to get them home At the end of the tournament.
“I think, die Majority is ready to meet its obligations in with you eyes wide open, “Greenberg was quoted as saying on Radio 2GB.
“Do it want to see tournament done, but she also clear want come home in the end, and there comes die Worry because there is just no final plan on how that’s going to happen right now, “he said added.
KKR’s Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier tested positive for COVID-10, force postponement of you game against Royal Challenger Bangalore.
Greenberg said Australians players in The KKR squad, Pat Cummins and Ben Cutting, are “doing well” and “relatively safe” in quarantine.
The match between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals also been postponed according to Chennai franchise bowling coach L Balaji returned positively.
Greenberg said he hoped no more COVID-19 positive cases are coming out in the IPL.
“You have to be a realist to understand when it breaks down one of these bubbles, die we can see morebut let’s hope we don’t. We watch closely on it, “he said.
Three Australians players – Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson – have already returned home.
Commentator Michael Slater is reportedly now in die Maldives, die not after the suspension in his country can return of Flights from India until at least May 15th because of die wave in Covid19 cases.
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