IPL 2021 postponed due to coronary epidemic, Board ensures safe return of players

The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021, which has been running smoothly for the past one month, was postponed indefinitely on Tuesday due to several cases of Kovid-19 being detected in a bio-safe environment. After postponing the tournament, the board made it clear that the safety of the players and staff was the key. BCCI will do its best to ensure the safe return of players. Players from England, Australia, New Zealand and many other countries participated in the IPL.

Indian cricket control, ‘It is a tough time, especially in India and we have tried to bring some positivity and happiness, but now it is necessary to suspend the tournament and everyone will return to their families and loved ones during this difficult period. Go on. It said the BCCI does not want to jeopardize the safety of players, support staff and other stakeholders involved in IPL behavior. The decision was made keeping in mind the safety and health of all stakeholders.

Corona damaged in IPL 2021, the tournament has been suspended indefinitely

“We will try to organize this competition in the coming days, but not this month,” league president Brijesh Patel said. The announcement came after the Kovid-19 Sunrisers Hyderabad wicketkeeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha and Delhi Capital Spinner Amit Mishra appeared positive on Tuesday.

BCCI vice-president Rajiv Shukla said, “We will see if we can get the best time for IPL competition at the end of the year.” It may be September but for now it is just. As of now, we are not hosting a tournament. Earlier on Monday, Chennai Super Kings bowling coach El Balaji and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) bowlers Sandeep Warrior and Varun Chakraborty also got positive results. Previously, two IPL matches were postponed due to an increase in infection.

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