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Jhye Richardson and Alex Hales' prolific campaigns in the Big Bash League were tapped to earn the two big money deals in the Indian Premier League. © Richard Wainwright / AAP PHOTOS Alex Hales' great displays for the Thunder likely make it a prime target for the IPL. Around 1097 cricketers signed up for the IPL auction on February 18th.

The federal government has halted all passenger flights from India to Australia until May 15th and the return of Australia's best cricket trousers.

© Dan HIMBRECHTS / AAP-Fotos Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a stop until mid-May to stop flights from India.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Tuesday that direct business and return flights from India would ARANTINE due to cultivation of COVID-19 cases in HOTEL, while indirect flights were also not possible.

The federal government will review the measures closer on May 15 as they approach some 8,000 Australians helping return home from India, where the army has been called on to help overwhelming hospitals amid deadly second wave of coronavirus infections.

Zampa moves out of IPL to prioritize mental health.

© Action Press Adam Zampa Decided that the extra reward is not worth the risk to his wellbeing. Health. Zampa is one of three Australian cricketers to pull out of the lucrative T20 tournament that continued despite the steepening coronavirus crisis in the South Asian nation.

The Indian Premier League is slated to close on May 31, while the regular season ends on May 24, so any extension of the travel ban would create a significant headache for Cricket Australia.

The Prime Minister made it clear that Australians on the IPL list, from Pat Cummins, David Warner and Steve Smith, would not jump the queue for return flights if they resumed.

"It's done in vulnerability," Mr. Morrison told reporters.

"You traveled privately under these arrangements, this was not part of an Australian tour.

"They are under their own resources and they will use those resources, I am sure they will return to Australia."

Dumped, the graduated Warner Faces Long IPL WAIT

David Warner was "shocked and disappointed" to lose both the captain and his spot in the Sunrisers Hyderabads XI in the Indian Premier League where he faced an uncertain wait to return home. © AP photo David Warner's IPL stint with Sunriters Hyderabad is sour.

Video: Australian Covid Testing In India 'Inaccurate Or Incredible': Mark Mcgowan (Sky News Australia) while returning to Australia while still in the process of doing so via a commercial flight.

Cricket Australia (CA) has been in regular dialogue with its players who take part in the lucrative Twenty20 tournament on their annual holiday. CA was still able to arrange a charter flight for the IPL contingent, however this would be announced by the federal and state governments. There are also myriad complicating factors for CA to navigate, even before considering the India Cricket Board draw. Opinion is inherited to be mixed in with Australian players, coaches, referees and broadcasters involved in the IPL. Some are content to stay and finish the tournament as they feel that the IPL's bio-security bubble is working as a shield from an escalating health crisis. Others already wanted to travel elsewhere after the T20 event. -Gamer and officials are regularly tested for COVID-19 as part of IPL protocols. Warner posted a photo of him and Sunriser's Hyderabad teammate Kane Williamson, both wearing hazmat suits, on a flight to Delhi. Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan Says It Is "Gallen" That Australians, Including IPL Players, Are Attending In India Given The Nation's COVID-19 Cases. "We are in the middle of a global pandemic, India is the epicenter of death and destruction as we speak. And I don't think there are any needs," McGowan told reporters.


BCCI chief: IPL The rest of the 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL) cannot be completed in India. .
The IPL was suspended indefinitely last week after a string of positive coronavirus cases among the teams. © Getty Sourav rioting India team before taking over BCCI, the country is currently ready to absorb the virus, with more than 360,000 new cases confirmed on Monday. Tim Seifert to stay in India after positive coronavirus testmike Atherton: IPL will be difficult to be suspended indefinitely via coronavirus.