The players are worried about the return of the country due to the closure of international flights. Australian batsman Chris Lynn, playing for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2021, is also concerned about this
Corona in the country continues to wreak havoc. Meanwhile, questions are also being raised about the conduct of the IPL tournament. Some people say that this costly leak should not be organized at this time because the situation in the country is not right at this time. Let us know that in the IPL 2021 cricket players of many countries are playing. They also include players from Australia. Some players have left the IPL in the middle and left for home. At the same time, a report said that some other Australian players concerned about the rising cases of Corona may leave the IPL 2021 tournament in the middle. However, with the closure of international flights, players are worried about their return to their homeland. Australian batsman Chris Lynn, playing for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2021, is also concerned about this.
Charged plane requested
Chris Lynn has said that he has asked Cricket Australia (CA) to rent the chartered plane for the same money after the expiry of IPL-14, as part of the fees paid to the players in exchange for playing in the IPL. Get. Lynn told a media house that he had sent a message about this to Australia Cricket. In this message, Chris Lynn wrote that as Cricket Australia takes some percentage of every IPL contract, is it possible that after the IPL is over we can spend this money on a chartered flight.
Corona vaccine expected next week
Also, Chris Lynn said in the conversation that it is expected that he will be given the Corona vaccine next week. In such a situation, now they want Cricket Australia to arrange a private charter plane for all of them to go back. Chris Lynn said that Cricket Australia takes 10 per cent of every IPL contract. In such a situation, Chris Lynn wants a chartered plane to be hired from these funds to take home the players of Australia playing in IPL 2021.
Ty, Richardson and Zampa returned to Australia
At the same time, three Australian players Andrew Tye, Ken Richardson and Adam Jampa have left the IPL in the middle and went to Australia via Doha. At the same time, Cricket Australia also took information about the health and travel plans of its players playing in the IPL.
PM Morrison said – Players should make arrangements to return themselves
At the same time, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has already clarified that the Australian players playing in IPL 2021 will have to make their own arrangements to return to their homeland, as they have traveled to India in private. The PM had said that it was not part of an Australian tour. Players are under their own resources and they will also use those resources. They will have to return to Australia as per their arrangement.
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