Australian cricket legend Mike Hassy has been reported to test positive for COVID-19.
The 45-year-old worked as a batting coach for the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. Scott Morrison is one of many Australians trapped in Australia because he decided to introduce a hard border closure.
The glamorous T20 tournament was interrupted indefinitely on Tuesday night After many cricketers and staff have been infected with the virus.
The Kolkata Knight Riders were placed in isolation after players Valuncha Kravalcy and Sandeep Warrior tested positive with three Superkings staff members on Monday.
IPL has decided to suspend indefinitely when Sunrisers Hyderabad’s wicket keeper David Warner’s teammate Wriddhiman Saha joins the ever-growing list.
Monday early morning AEST, Indian era Hussey reported being the first Australian to test positive in the IPL bubble.
Hassy played 79 test matches and 185 One Day International in Australia, recording 22nd century and 11,677 runs.
He starred in the 2006/07 Ash Whitewash and 2007 Cricket World Cup victories.
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