Foreign players worry about return to their nations after IPL

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Foreign players worry about return to their nations after IPL

Many countries have restricted flights from India amid the worsening Covid situation

Foreign players worry about return to their nations after IPL

New Delhi: In India, the infection rate of coronavirus is increasing day by day. In the last 24 hours, the country recorded 3,68,147 new covid cases and 3,417 fatalities. And due to this, most countries like New Zealand, Australia, Iran, and many others have restricted flights from India.

In this pandemic, the Indian Premier League (IPL) is going on and during it has become a topic of discussion these days. Many people are of the view to suspend the IPL.

As we all know that there many foreign players who are participating in the IPL and now they are worrying that after the IPL, how will they fly back to their nations. Kane Richardson and Adam Zampa had already left the IPL and flew back to their country.

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell said that he and other cricketers of his country wouldn't mind travelling in the same chartered flight that would take India, New Zealand, and England  players to the UK after the IPL.

India and New Zealand is set to fight in the world test championship final from June 18 and will fly to England after the competition of IPL.

Australian Prime Minister has said that all the Australian players participating in the IPL have gone there on their own and they won't get preferential treatment in assistance to return.