Nitin Menon (Source: Google Images)
After players now 2 umpires have additionally chosen to pull out from the fourteenth period of the Indian Premier League. This incorporates Indian umpire Nitin Menon and Australia’s Paul Reiffel. Both the umpires pulled out from IPL because of Covid-19 refering to as close to home reasons.
As indicated by BCCI, Members of Nitin’s family have been found contaminated with Covid-19, and after that Nitin has chosen to pull out from the competition.
Though Australia’s Paul Reiffel pulled out from the Indian Premier League (IPL) in light of the fact that Australia has restricted departures from India after an expansion in Covid cases in India.
As indicated by the reports Menon’s significant other and mother who live in Indore, have been discovered Covid positive. From that point forward, he chose to quit the IPL 2021. Menon is the main Indian Umpire in the Elite Panel of International Cricket Council (ICC) umpires.
An authority of the Cricket Board of India (BCCI) told PTI
“Indeed, Nitin has left as his close relatives have COVID-19 and he is right now not in a psychological state to direct games.”
Players likewise pulled out from IPL 2021
Nitin Menon is the second Indian who has removed from IPL 2021 after Delhi Capital’s off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin.
Prior to them, Australia’s Andrew Tye, Ken Richardson, and Adam Jampa likewise left the IPL halfway because of the wellbeing emergency in India and got back.
After this BCCI additionally fixes the bio bubble rules for the security of the players.