The world’s most popular T20 league has not remained untouched by the Corona Virus. Many players of many teams have been caught in the virus. In such a situation, various types of apprehensions are being expressed about the continuation of this season. But in the midst of all this, before the start of IPL-2021 and after the start, so far, 10 big players from different teams have left the tournament in the middle.
10 big players who left the IPL 2021
Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, part of Sunrisers Hyderabad, led by David Warner, also announced his withdrawal from the tournament even before the IPL started, citing the fatigue of the BioSecure bubble.
Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is a part of the Chennai Super Kings team in the IPL. He withdrew his name even before the tournament started. The reason was told that this decision has been taken due to mental fatigue caused by the BioSecure bubble.
Australian wicket-keeper batsman Josh Philippe performed well for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the last season of IPL. But this time he refused to be a part of this season for personal reasons.
Rajasthan Royals all-rounder Ben Stocks was forced out of the IPL, not of his own will. In fact, Stokes got injured in the match against Punjab Kings, after which he not only got out of IPL but also he will have to wait a few months to return to the field.
England fast bowler and Rajasthan Royals key player Jofra Archer could not play for the team this season. Archer, who was injured in the India-England series, could not fitfully and this was the reason that he had to withdraw from the 14th season of the IPL without playing.
Rajasthan Royals batsman and England player Liam Livingstone have also withdrawn from the current season of IPL. He has attributed the mental fatigue caused by the BioSecure bubble to it
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Australian fast bowler Andrew Tye has withdrawn from IPL-2021 for personal reasons. He was part of the Rajasthan Royals team led by Sanju Samson.
Another Australian cricketer who left the IPL -2021 is named Kane Richardson. Richardson was part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team. He decided to return home due to personal reasons.
Leg-spinner Adam Jampa of Royal Challengers Bangalore, captained by Virat Kohli, has also withdrawn from the current season of the Indian Premier League citing personal reasons