After the IPL 2021 Suspended (IPL 2021 Suspended), preparations are being made to send foreign players to their country. Australia’s border is closed until 15 May. In such a situation, the players will first go to the Maldives.
There are close to 40 Australians in the IPL bubble, comprising players, coaching staff, and commentators.
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Michael Slater, who had already headed to the Maldives as a temporary. Post in the wake of blanket bans on entry to Australian citizens. We have recently been in India, a state of play that will exist until at least May 15.
“Think we are all hoping we can get home as we would normally plan and the borders open on May 15, whether it’s [a] private [flight] or not we wouldn’t be allowed back in [at the moment].
Cricket Australia has been brilliant along with the ACA. They are working closely with the government to get the latest information. If we can’t get home it won’t be for lack of trying from all those involved.” Cummins.
“Once we flew out of Australia we knew we’d signed up for 14 days quarantine coming home. You feel a bit further from getting home, but when the hard border shut no one has ever experienced that before,” Cummins told.
New Zealand Players:
New Zealand has lifted the ban on flights coming from India. Between the two countries, there are limited flights. On reaching New Zealand, players will have to stay in quarantine for 14 days.
The New Zealand Cricket Board said in a statement. That they are in contact with the players playing in the IPL. The players are in a safe environment right now. We are in touch with ECB and BCCI. But it is too early to talk about the options right now.