IPL 2021: RCB suffers major setback as two veterans dropped from squad for entire tournament

Apr 26 2021 12:14 PM
IPL 2021: RCB suffers major setback as two veterans dropped from squad for entire tournament

New Delhi: IPL another bad news has surfaced this season of 2021. In fact, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) have suffered a major setback. Australian pacer Ken Richardson (Kane Richardson) and spinner Adam Zampa (Adam Zampa) have decided to return home for personal reasons. Both the players were an important part of the Bangalore team but will no longer be seen on the field in the upcoming IPL.

Earlier, Rajasthan Royals (RR) pacer Andrew Tye had also decided to return to Australia for personal reasons. Adam Zampa has not played a single match in the IPL yet, while Ken Richardson played only one match. RCB tweeted on social media about the same. Bangalore tweeted that Adam Zampa and Ken Richardson have decided to go back to Australia under official information.

The tweet said that both the players took the decision due to personal reasons and will not be present in the upcoming IPL. RCB's management has respected their decision and decided to extend all help. Earlier, Liam Livingstone (due to his consistent stay at the bio bubble), Andrew Tye (personal reason), and late-night Delhi spinner Ravichandran Ashwin have withdrawn from IPL due to corona.

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