Down and out after being removed as a skipper at SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) and being restless after the Indian Premier League (IPL) the season was postponed due to the Covid-19 cases in the bio-balloon, Australian cricket David Warner received a heartfelt message from his family, urging him to return immediately.
After the Cricket Control Board of India (BCCI) and the IPL Board of Directors decided to postpone the IPL with immediate effect, Warner turned to social media to share an emotional message sent by his three daughters at home in Australia.
The Australian opener, which was replaced by the New Zealand one Kane Williamsonis after the team’s disastrous performance in the IPL, posted a sketch made by his daughters on his Instagram page, which reads: “Please, Dad, come home now. We miss you very much and we love you very much. Love from Ivy, Indy and Isla . “
The Australian government has suspended all flights from India due to the Covid-19 wave, leaving several Australian cricketers in trouble. This means that they, including Warner, may have to travel to a third country before reaching their home.
Warner was recently “shocked and disappointed” when he was first removed as an SRH skipper and then dropped out of the team that took over the Rajasthan Royals (RR) on Sunday.