The BCCI has postponed the 14th IPL season indefinitely following growing corona virus cases inside the bio bubble.
South African all-rounder Chris Morris of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2021) franchise Rajasthan Royals said that there was an atmosphere of chaos after the Kovid-19 case surfaced in the IPL’s 14th season bio bubble. . Morris said he was relieved when he returned home. Also Read – BCCI’s loss of ₹ 2500 crore if we can’t get IPL: Sourav Ganguly
10 more South African players, including Morris, have returned home after the IPL was postponed. Six cases of Kovid-19 were found in the IPL which included four players and two coaches. “Definitely feeling relieved,” Morris told IOL.CO.ZA, living in his home for 10 days in a mandatory quarantine. Also Read – England vs New Zealand: New Zealand may get a shock, Trent Boult will not be part of the Test series against England!
Morris said he came to know on Sunday night about the positives of two Kolkata Knight Riders players Varun Chakraborty and Sandeep Warrier. Also Read – Jasprit Bumrah wrote a love-filled post for wife Sanjana Ganesan on her birthday, James Neesham quipped on Trent Bolt’s name
He said, “As soon as we came to know that players have been found positive inside the bio bubble, then everyone started asking questions. Surely the alarm bells started ringing inside all of us. By Monday, when he postponed the match (Kolkata and Royal Challengers Bangalore), we came to know that there is pressure to continue the tournament. ”
The T20 league was postponed after Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capitals’ Amit Mishra came positive on Tuesday. Chennai Super Kings bowling coach L Balaji and batting coach Michael Hussey were also infected with the virus.
“I was talking to my team doctor,” Morris said. Kumar Sangakkara then pointed and then we came to know that now the tournament will not progress further. The atmosphere after this was chaotic. England players were particularly nervous because they needed to be isolated in hotels in England and it was evident that they did not have rooms. ”