Australian fast bowler Andrew Tye of Rajasthan Royals returned home on Sunday due to personal reasons, making him the fourth overseas player to be eliminated from the franchise’s current IPL 2021. Earlier England’s Jofra Archer (arm surgery), Ben Stokes (finger fracture) and Liam Livingstone (bio-bubble fatigue) decided to withdraw.
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Rajasthan Royals tweeted, ‘Andrew Tye left for Australia this morning for personal reasons. If they need any support, we will continue to help them.
Last Saturday, Rajasthan Royals cricket director Kumar Sangakkara announced in a form of dressing after a win over Kolkata Knight Riders that the tie would leave for Australia and he had a flight in the wee hours of Sunday.
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Archer did not join the team due to surgery, Stokes was hurt while Livingstone had not played a single match and said that he was having a tough time in the bio-bubble.
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The 34-year-old tie 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. They last played for the Perth Scorchers in February against the Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League.