in IndiaIt is also spreading faster than fire. Meanwhile, IPL 2021 is being held in a bio bubble secure environment. But now in the bio bubble, fear is also being seen due to players and staff getting infected with Kovid. Many Australian players have returned to their country and meanwhile former Australian player and commentator Michael Slater has also left the IPL in the middle.
Michael Slater went to Maldives between IPL
29 matches of IPL 2021 have been played without any hindrance. But now KKR’s Varuna Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier have been found to be corona test positive. At the same time, three members of Chennai Super Kings are also in the grip of this transition. Due to which the tournament has been questioned and all the players and members participating are concerned. Meanwhile, it is reported in the Australian media that former opener and commentator Michael Slater is leaving the IPL and going to Maldives. CrickTracker quoted the Australian website ‘The Australian’ report as saying,
“Michael Slater has left the bio bubble and has moved to the Maldives and will no longer be part of the commentary panel. Some of Australia’s players, coaches and officials are worried after a positive case and 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 the Maldives. “
Australian players have also returned to their country
Since the cash-rich league of India, IPL 2021, many Australian players have returned home by withdrawing their names. In which Adam Jampa, Ken Richardson and Andrew Tye were Australian players. Let me tell you, the condition of Corona in Australia has come under control, in such a situation, Australia has put a stay on flights coming from India till 15 May. These players have withdrawn their names from the tournament. This may be due to the fast spreading corona virus in India.
Pat Cummins is completely fine
Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier Corona of Kolkata Knight Riders were found infected. Due to which the match played between RCB VS KKR has been postponed. Meanwhile, there were reports that KKR fast bowler Pat Cummins is also infected with Corona. But now Cummins manager Neil Maxwell has made it clear that he is fine. The Australian website quoted Neil as saying,
“Pat is completely fine.” Everyone is fine Two players have occurred. Is not an issue. He still feels quite safe given the way it has been handled. Those people are very relaxed. nothing to worry about.”