IPL 2021: SRH’s David Warner confirms his availability for IPL 2021 in UAE as CA leaves it to players to decide on their participation

IPL 2021: SRH's David Warner confirms his availability for IPL 2021 in UAE as CA leaves it to players to decide on their participation
IPL 2021: SRH's David Warner confirms his availability for IPL 2021 in UAE as CA leaves it to players to decide on their participation

IPL 2021: SRH’s David Warner confirms his availability for IPL 2021 in UAE as CA leaves it to players to decide on their participation – Australia and Sunrisers Hyderabad opening batsman David Warner has cleared the air on his participation in the IPL 2021 Phase 2. The talisman has declared that he will be back for IPL’s UAE leg. Warner took the decision after Cricket Australia left it to the players to decided on their participation in the cash-rich league. 

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Warner, who was the captain of SRH in IPL 2021, confirmed his participation with an Instagram post with the caption, “I’ll be back………………… #cricket #dream #believe #home #fans #passion #support.”

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Earlier, according to Cricbuzz, Cricket Australia left it to the players to decide if they want to participate in IPL or not. As this news breaks out, as many as 20 Australian players could take part in the Phase 2. It includes Marcus Stoinis, Steve Smith, Jhye Richardson, Riley Meredith. Kane Richardson, Glenn Maxwell, Adam Zampa among others.

Warner was removed from the captaincy by SRH team mangement and Kane Williamson was made captain of the side. However, this did not change the fortune of the team as they could just win 1 game in seven matches. David Warner was even dropped from the side for 1 game. 

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Australian players in IPL

RCB: Daniel Sams, Dan Christian, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, and Adam Zampa

SRH: David Warner

RR: Andrew Tye

PBKS: Moises Henriques, Jhye Richardson, and Riley Meredith

MI:  Nathan Coulter-Nile and Chris Lynn

KKR: Ben Cutting, Pat Cummins

DC: Marcus Stoinis and Steve Smith

CSK: Jason Behrendorff