Strict statement by Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hawkley.
IPL (IPL 2021Corona virus at this time (Covid-19) Is in the shadows. Kolkata Knight Riders (Kolkata Knight Riders) And Chennai Super Kings (Chennai Super Kings) The match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore has been postponed on Monday after the cricketers were found to be Kovid positive. At the same time, Cricket Australia (CA) Has also refused to arrange a chartered flight to bring his cricketers back to the country. Also Read – IPL postponed, T20 World Cup may also be held in UAE instead of India, decision will be taken soon
CA interim CEO Nick Hockley said during a conversation with SEN Radio, “There is no suggestion to arrange a chartered flight at this time. I am in touch with Cricket Australia Association and talks are being held with all the players. We are also in touch with the BCCI so that all Australian cricketers can be brought back safely. ” Also Read – Will find a way to send back foreign players who came in IPL: Brijesh Patel
Hawkley said, “All cricketers playing in India are playing cricket in a good environment.” Everyone is satisfied with the way the BCCI has prepared the system around the bio-bubble. All the cricketers we have talked to want to complete their IPL contract. The BCCI has also come forward and said that after the tournament, they will ensure that all the cricketers return to their country safely. The IPL is not ending until May 30. We are currently monitoring the situation. ” Also Read – IPL Governing Council had proposed to shift the tournament, stand-boy alert was also sent to UAE, but …
Hockley was also questioned regarding the cancellation of the South Africa tour due to increasing cases of Kovid-19. He said, “The conditions in South Africa were different. There was a national team visit at that time where we had a direct role. Here our cricketers have decided to go to India and play IPL. “
“Technically, he has gone to India to play on his own responsibility. We are still concerned about their safety. We are in touch with the people concerned about their return to home after their IPL. ”