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VIVO IPL 2021: List of Players Who Have Pulled Out | Kane Richardson | Adam Zampa | Ravichandran Ashwin | Liam Livingstone | Andrew Tye | Jofra Archer | Ben Stokes | Mitchell Marsh | Josh Hazlewood | Josh Philppe | 2YODOINDIA

VIVO IPL 2021: List of Players Who Have Pulled Out

Ravichandran Ashwin and Rajasthan Royals Andrew Tye and now Australian cricketers Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson have decided to Pulled Out themselves from Indian Premier League (IPL) due to the rising COVID-19 cases in India.

List of Players Who Have Pulled Out

Kane Richardson and Adam Zampa

Adam Zampa & Kane Richardson are returning to Australia for personal reasons and will be unavailable for the remainder of IPL 2021.

Ravichandran Ashwin 

Ravichandran Ashwin also withdrawn his name from the 14th edition IPL league to be with his family in the fight against COVID-19.

Ravi Ashwin did not rule out returning to the league in the later stage.

Ravichandran Ashwin will have to undergo a period of quarantine before joining his team in the bio-bubble according to the IPL guidelines.

Liam Livingstone and Andrew Tye

Rajasthan Royals English player Liam Livingstone was the first name to withdraw from IPL in midseason.

Liam Livingstone gave reason of bio-bubble fatigue for his departure.

Andrew Tye has also decided to fly back to home leaving IPL 2021.

Jofra Archer and Ben Stokes 

Jofra Archer had been ruled out of the early matches of the IPL due to an elbow injury.

Ben Stokes returned to home with a finger injury while fielding in RR’s first match of the season.

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Mitchell Marsh 

Marsh missed the entire IPL 2020 due to a twisted ankle.

He had suffered the injury during SRH’s first game of the season.

Josh Hazlewood

Hazlewood decided to opt out of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and rest up for a crowded schedule of international cricket culminating with the Ashes at the end of the year.  The 30-year-old fast bowler was scheduled to play a second season for the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL, which is being played across six venues, initially without spectators, from April 9-May 30. “It’s been a long 10 months in bubbles and quarantine at different times, so I decided to have a rest from cricket and spend some time at home and in Australia in the next two months,” Hazlewood told cricket.com.au.

Josh Philppe

Josh Philippe make himself out from the IPL 2021 due to personal reasons.


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