Cricket West Indies CEO Johnny Grave has knowledgeable that each one 9 West Indies cricketers competing within the presently indefinitely suspended Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021, have arrived residence safely following devoted efforts by their respective franchises and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
The 14th season the cash-rich T20 League needed to be suspended indefinitely by the BCCI on May 4 after a number of Coronavirus circumstances have been reported contained in the IPL bio-bubble which wasn’t as foolproof as final 12 months’s IPL in United Arab Emirates (UAE).
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Cricketers Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell, Jason Holder, Dwayne Bravo, Sunil Narine, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran and Fabien Allen have been part of IPL 2021 in India.
“Our IPL gamers, together with the West Indians who have been a part of the TV manufacturing, are actually safely again within the Caribbean. We are grateful to the BCCI and IPL Franchises for arranging their secure journey again to the Caribbean so shortly,” Cricket West Indies tweeted.
All abroad gamers have left India, apart from Chennai Super Kings’ batting coach Michael Hussey and Kolkata Knight Riders’ Tim Seifert. Both are contaminated with the dreaded Coronavirus (Covid-19).
After suspension of IPL 2021, BCCI organized chartered flights for the abroad employees members and cricketers to quarantine in Maldives.
Amid surge in Covid-19 circumstances in India, Australian authorities banned incoming flights from India until 15 May. This is the rationale why Australian gamers are underneath quarantine in Maldives as a substitute of returning residence instantly.
Meanwhile, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, in an interview, confirmed that there aren’t any indicators of IPL being hosted any time quickly.