Kovid-19 Test positives of some people have come in the IPL on Monday and that is why the league is seeing a crisis.
Former Australia opener Michael Slater (Pic Credit Michael Slater Twitter)
The start of the new week for IPL-2021 (IPL 2021) was not good. Corona test of Kolkata Knight Riders’ Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier has been found positive. At the same time, three members of Chennai Super Kings are also in the grip of this infection. This has raised questions on this season of IPL and has also brought a wrinkle on the foreheads of the remaining players and all the members participating in it. Meanwhile, it is reported in the Australian media that former opener and commentator Michael Slater is leaving the IPL and going to Maldives.
CrickTracker wrote on the Australian website ‘The Australian’ report that Michael Slater has left the bio bubble and if the report is to be believed, Slater has left the Maldives and will no longer be part of the commentary panel. The report further states that some of Australia’s players, coaches and officials are worried after a positive case and they are looking for a way out of the bio bubble. He is also keen to know about which route Slater has chosen to go to Maldives.
Pat Cummins said it all right
The report states that Pat Cummins contacted his manager Neil Maxwell on Monday and said that he was completely fine. The Australian website quoted Neil as saying, “Pat is completely fine.” Everyone is fine Two players have happened. Is not an issue. He is still feeling quite safe given the way it has been handled. Those people are very relaxed. nothing to worry about.”
Some players have left IPL
Before this, some Australian players have left the IPL in the middle and the reason for this is the increasing infection cases in India. Adam Jampa, Kane Richardson and Andrew Tye were the Australian players who left the IPL-14 midway. Zampa and Kane were playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore while Ty was for Rajasthan Royals. Zampa had also questioned the IPL bio bubble but later clarified. The Australian government has also banned flights coming from India till 15 May.
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