U.S. reuters.com 05 May, 2021 03:00 am

Australian IPL cricketers anxious, hope travel ban will be lifted: Cummins

Australian IPL cricketers anxious, hope travel ban will be lifted: Cummins
The ban on travellers from India by Australia had added "anxiety" for its cricketers after the Indian Premier League's (IPL) suspension, Australia vice captain Pat Cummins said, as players isolated in the COVID-ravaged Asian nation on Wednesday.

read more IPL organisers and the Indian cricket board (BCCI) have said they will help players, staff and officials get home safely.The country's cricket board said it was liaising with authorities to work out an exit plan.read more Australia fast bowler Cummins is isolating in an Ahmedabad hotel after two of his Kolkata Knight Riders team mates contracted COVID-19 before organisers pulled the plug on the tournament on Tuesday.read more Indian media reported that the Chennai Super Kings' Australian batting coach Mike Hussey had contracted COVID-19.

read more Cummins said Australia's travel ban, which will be reviewed on May 15, had come as a "little bit" of a shock."I probably feel that they're a little bit late in considering that.

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