Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Chennai Super Kings batting coach Michael Hussey leaves for Australia via Doha

Having recovered from COVID-19, Chennai Super Kings batting coach Michael Hussey left for Australia yesterday via Doha.
Following an RT-PCR test, the former Australia batsman had returned negative for COVID-19 on Friday, paving the way for his departure in the early hours of Sunday.

Hussey, who had first tested positive for COVID-19 during the now-suspended Indian Premier League, is expected to reach home on Monday.

Hussey aside, the other Australians involved in the 2021 edition of IPL, including Pat Cummins, Steve Smith, David Warner and Michael Slater, took a detour to Maldives and quarantined there before heading back to Australia.

Hussey could not join his compatriots in Maldives after his COVID-19 test results returned positive.

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