From Padikkal to Hussey: IPL members who tested positive for COVID-19

 | Updated: May 08, 2021, 05:41 PM IST

From Devdutt Padikkal to Michael Hussey, let's take a look at people associated with IPL, who tested positive for COVID-19: 

IPL 2020: Emerging Player of the Year - Devdutt Padikkal

Royal Challengers Bangalore opener Devdutt Padikkal tested positive for coronavirus ahead of the Indian Premier League. However, the 20-year-old went on to smash maiden IPL ton. 


Nitish Rana

Nitish Rana had checked into the KKR team hotel in Mumbai, on March 21, 2021, with a negative COVID report which was done on March 19, 2021. As per IPL protocol, he was tested on March 22, during his quarantine and the report showed that he was positive.


IPL 2020: Delhi Capitals can become champions this time, reckons Axar Patel

Delhi Capitals have suffered another blow as their star all-rounder Axar Patel tested positive for COVID-19 with less than a week before the Indian Premier League. 


Australian left-arm seamer Daniel Sams replaces Jason Roy in Delhi Capitals

Royal Challengers Bangalore’s Australian all-rounder Daniel Sams on Wednesday tested positive for COVID-19, days ahead of the start of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021.


Anrich Nortje

Delhi Capitals and South Africa pacer Anrich Nortje tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of DC’s second Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 match against Rajasthan Royals at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.



'Wasn't expecting it': Architect-turned-cricketer Varun Chakravarthy after being named in India's T20I squad

KKR's Varun Chakravarthy and Sandeep Warrier were found to be positive for novel coronavirus. Due to which match between KKR and RCB rescheduled. 


Amit Mishra

Amit Mishra tested positive for coronavirus just days before IPL was indefinitely suspended. 


Wriddhiman Saha

SRH wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha tested positive for dreaded coronavirus. 

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IPL 2021: Mumbai Indians' Kiran More tests positive for COVID-19

Mumbai Indians scout and wicket-keeping consultant Kiran More tested positive for COVID-19. 


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CSK batting coach Michael Hussey also tested positive for coronavirus. 


Tim Seifert

Tim Seifert has tested positive for COVID-19 and the Kolkata Knight Riders cricketer will remain back in India accordingly. The player from New Zealand will miss the charter flight to his country and will have to stay back isolating in India until he recuperates. 


Prasidh Krishna

Kolkata Knight Riders pacer Prasidh Krishna tested positive for dreaded coronavirus. The Indian pacer is now the fourth member in the KKR contingent to have tested positive. Varun Chakravarthy, Sandeep Warrier and Tim Seifert are already under isolation after getting infected.