Australia opener and erstwhile Suinrisers Hyderabad skipper David Warner shared an affectional connection sent to him from his household backmost location aft Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 was postponed indefinitely connected Tuesday. Warner took to societal media to stock the connection with his followers.
IPL 2021 was suspended connected Tuesday aft aggregate Covid-19 reports emerged from bio-bubbles of franchises successful Ahmedabad and Delhi. The BCCI confirmed the suspension and said it does not privation to compromise connected the information of the players, enactment unit and the different participants progressive successful organising the IPL.
Following the suspension of IPL 2021, the Australian players, enactment unit and officials are facing uncertainty implicit their instrumentality home. The Australian government announced ban connected rider flights from India astatine slightest until May 15. Notably, the authorities had threatened harsh fines and jailhouse presumption for its citizens if they entered Australia aft having been successful India wrong their past 14 days of their arrival.
"Please daddy, travel location consecutive away. We miss you and a batch and emotion you. Love from Ivy, Indi and Isla," the connection successful Warner's station read.
As galore arsenic 14 Australia players and respective enactment staff, including Ricky Ponting and Simon Katich, are portion of the IPL 2021 bio-bubbles successful India. Warner is presently successful isolation astatine the Sunrisers Hyderabad bio-bubble aft his teammate Wriddhiman Saha tested affirmative for Covid-19.
On Tuesday, Cricket Australia (CA) and Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA), successful a associated statement, said that they recognize the determination taken by the BCCI to postponed IPL 2021. Cricket Australia said it volition not question question prohibition exemptions for its players and enactment staff. It besides said it's moving with the Indian cricket committee to guarantee accommodation and harmless instrumentality of their players.