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Franchises furious about foreign stars withdrawing from the IPL are calling it “unprofessional” – Source

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The Indian Premier League (IPL) teams were incensed when some international cricket players chose to withdraw from the league, citing private reasons.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) teams were incensed when some international cricket players chose to withdraw from the league, citing private reasons. Harry Brook, an England batter acquired for Rs 4 crore by the Delhi Capitals prior to the 2019 season, was the most recent cricket player to withdraw from the competition. Although Alex Hales, Jason Roy, and Mitchell Starc had previously withdrawn from the IPL for personal reasons, he was not the first player to do so. IPL franchisees are reportedly unhappy with the development and want the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to take action, according to a report .

“Players should honor their pledge to participate in the auction once they have registered. A franchise representative said, “The BCCI should address this as reneging on it is unprofessional.”

The article claims that the Delhi Caps will now search for a replacement since they believe that players’ rash decisions could interfere with the various clubs’ auction strategy.

Brook announced on Wednesday that he had withdrawn from the forthcoming Indian Premier League in order to spend more time with his bereaved family.

The grandma of Brook passed away in February. Brook released a statement saying, “I can confirm that I have made the very difficult decision not to play in the upcoming IPL.”

The moment I was selected by the Delhi Capitals, I was ecstatic and eager to get started with everyone. Although I believe it is unnecessary for me to disclose the reasoning for this choice, I am aware that many people will be curious. I do wish to share this, therefore.

“I lost my grandmother last month – she was a rock to me and I spent a huge amount of my childhood in her home; my attitude to life and love for cricket was shaped by her and my late grandfather,” the young woman, 25, wrote.

Last year, in his first IPL season, Brook ignited the crowd with a 55-ball century against the Kolkata Knight Riders, only to have a lackluster finish. He played 11 matches for the Sunrisers Hyderabad and scored just 190 runs overall, despite the team having spent Rs 13.25 crore for his services.

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