Australia pacer Andrew Tye has been pulled out of IPL 2021


Rajasthan Royals already lost their star bowler Jofra Archer who has been ruled out of IPL 2021. Following it, they also lost the services of Ben Stokes as the latter got injured in a game against Punjab Kings.

Moreover, another England cricketer, Liam Livingstone, has been pulled out his name from the competition and flew back to his home country due to bubble fatigue accumulated over the past year.

Moreover, the English wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler has been struck on the helmet in the second over of Pat Cummins in the last game. However, he was well after that and continued to play the game. Now, another player from Rajasthan Royals has pulled out his name from IPL 2021. 

Andrew Tye pulled out his name from IPL 2021:

The Australian pacer Andrew Tye has been pulled out his name from the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League. After Josh Hazlewood and Liam Livingstone, Tye became the third player to have pulled out his name.

As of now, Rajasthan Royals have only four foreign players in the squad and will definitely look to make replacements ahead of the league. The news was confirmed by the team management on their official Twitter handle.

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"AJ Tye flew back to Australia earlier today due to personal reasons. We will continue to offer any support he may need," Rajasthan Royals wrote. The latter has played 27 games in IPL and scalped 40 wickets to his bag. 

Here is the official tweet of Rajasthan Royals: