Australian fast bowler Andrew Tye of Rajasthan Royals returned home on Sunday due to personal reasons. He is now the fourth foreign player of Rajasthan Royals to be removed from the Indian Premier League this season.
Earlier England’s Jofra Archer (arm surgery), Ben Stokes (finger fracture), and Liam Livingstone (bio-bubble fatigue) decided to withdraw.
Rajasthan Royals tweeted, “AJ Tye flew back to Australia earlier today due to personal reasons. We will continue to offer any support he may need. #RoyalsFamily”
AJ Tye flew back to Australia earlier today due to personal reasons. We will continue to offer any support he may need.#RoyalsFamily
— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) April 25, 2021
Earlier Jofra Archer did not join the team due to surgery. Ben Stokes pulled out himself after playing 1st match against Kings XI Punjab due to injury. While Livingstone did not play a single match and said that he was having a tough time in the bio-bubble and he also puled out himself from this IPL season.
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The 34-year-old Andrew Tye has played seven ODIs and 28 T20 Internationals for Australia, he did not get to play a single match at this stage of the tournament.
He played the last match for the Perth Scorchers in February against the Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League.
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