Warner in IPL 2020
Warner in IPL 2020

The out break of corona virus did the most un-expected things globally particularly for the past two months. Many scheduled events has been postponed in order to avoid the spread. Many countries restrict the entrance of their non residence while some imposed new law for permitting the foreigners including India.

BCCI regards IPL

India recently announced their new visa restriction in order to prevent the spread from out side. This visa ban will lift after April 15, focusing on this BCCI postponed the IPL. The cash-rich league IPL has been scheduled to start from March 29 where some of the franchise opened their training camps.

With the on going un solved issue BCCI along with IPL franchise decide to postpone the match to mid of April and sets the deadline as April 20 to cancel the tournament. In order to prevent the huge loss(over Rs.3000 crore) BCCI comes up with an new idea for hosting IPL 2020.

While Indian sports minister too give a brief about his vision on IPL to host in April 15. With these issues recently Cricket Australia advice Australian players to re-evaluate their IPL contracts. Pat Cummins, David Warner, Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell are the names involved in the list.

BCCI would lose Rs 3869.5 Cr if IPL cancelled
BCCI would lose Rs 3869.5 Cr if IPL cancelled

Hint by Warner’s manager

But as far as the case of David Warner is concerned, it seems that he is ready to take part in the postponed IPL 2020.  His manager James Erskine said that if IPL takes place, Warner will be part of it. James also said that if the league is cancelled, then things might be different.

James, Warner’s manager, was quoted as saying by the Age, “If the IPL is on, David Warner’s planning on going. If things change dramatically, which can happen in the space of an hour, the answer is you change your mind.

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) would be very happy to hear this news as David Warner is their best batsman in the squad and stats also speak the same. Warner is considered one of the most destructive batsmen in the world in the shortest format of the game.

Warner won the orange cap in three editions of the IPL in 2015, 2017 and 2019. He scored an all impressive 848 runs in 17 encounters of 9th edition of IPL in 2016 with the help of nine half-centuries and helped his team SRH in securing their maiden IPL trophy.

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