Aussie IPL gamers exit quarantine, lastly meet households


David Warner shares a photograph together with his daughter upon reaching residence after serving 14 days in quarantine.

Australian cricketers, coaches and commentators exited lodge quarantine on Monday after arrival from Covid-hit India following the suspension of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021.

“It was good to know that we had been getting residence, that is for positive,” tempo bowler Jason Behrendorff, who represented Chennai Tremendous Kings, was quoted as saying by Fox Sports activities.

“It is all the time robust being caught someplace, and understanding that we’re capable of get residence was a aid, and now we’re out of quarantine, I am unable to wait to get residence and see my household,” he added.

The Aussie gamers had spent two weeks quarantining in Maldives and an additional week in Sydney after the Australian authorities had banned direct flights from India into Australia until Could 15. The IPL 2021 was suspended on Could four.

“There have been hugs and tears as dozens of Australian cricketers, coaches and commentators lastly exited lodge quarantine in Sydney on Monday morning,” mentioned a report in Fox Sports activities.

Lots of the gamers are a part of 23-man white ball Aussie squad which can journey to the West Indies subsequent month for 2 limited-overs collection that start on July 9 in St Lucia.

The squad consists of Behrendorff, Steve Smith, Pat Cummins, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell and Jhye Richardson.

Bowlers Kane Richardson and Adam Zampa, who’re additionally a part of the 23-man squad, had reached Australia earlier than the flights from India had been stopped and the event suspended.

Aussies are additionally prone to play a limited-overs collection in Bangladesh after the tour of the West Indies.

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