Royal Challengers Banglore (RCB) bowlers Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson ruled out of the IPL 2021
The team of Royal Challengers Bangalore, which made a great start this year in IPL 2021, has received a big setback. Two players from the team, Kane Richardson and Adam Zampa have decided to withdraw from the tournament
According to the official statement released by RCB, both the players have decided to withdraw from the IPL due to personal reasons and both will soon return to their country Australia.
RCB said in its official statement released on Twitter, “Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson are returning to their country of Australia due to personal reasons and will no longer be available for the remaining matches of IPL 2021. RCB management respects their decision. Does and gives them their full support. “
Withdrawal of Foreign players from IPL continues
Due to the fatigue of the bio bubble, fear of corona, and injury, the continuation of the withdrawal of players from IPL this year is going on continuously.
Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood, who was included in the Chennai team, withdrew his name from it even before the tournament started. At the same time, after this Rajasthan Royals got a big shock when the team’s star all-rounder Ben Stokes got out of this tournament due to a finger injury.
Liam Livingstone, another all-rounder on the team, also withdrew from the IPL in the middle citing the fatigue of the bio bubble, and returned to England. The Rajasthan team suffered another setback yesterday when the team’s all-rounder Andrew Tye withdrew from the IPL due to personal reasons.
On the other hand, India’s veteran off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has also decided to withdraw from IPL. While giving this information on social media, Ashwin has said that his family is currently struggling with Covid-19 and in this difficult time, he wants to stand with him.