Warner, Maxwell, Cummins among seven Australian IPL returnees to pull out of West Indies and Bangladesh tours
The move will leave coach Justin Langer without seven of his best players four months out from the T20 World Cup to be held in October and November.
The highlight of the day was premier fast bowler Pat Cummins exiting the hotel and reuniting with his pregnant partner Becky Boston.
According to a news report, Cummins has already made it clear that he would not be taking part in the remaining matches of the IPL, however, there is no reason given behind his decision.
Cummins, who played for Kolkata Knight Riders in the suspended IPL, however, refused to predict the winner of the final.
Both Cummins and Warner have been named in Australia's 23-member preliminary squad for five T20Is and three ODIs against West Indies.
Clarke, one of the world's top batsmen during his time, cited Saker's comment, that even he could have been blamed for the fiasco, to drive home the point of collective responsibility.
Pat Cummins's long-time girlfriend who he got engaged to last year in February announced on Instagram that the couple is expecting a baby.
Despite the loss, Andre Russell hit six maximums in a breathtaking 54 off 22 balls and shared 81 runs off 39 balls with Dinesh Karthik (40) to bring KKR back in the hunt.
The 21-year-old was one of the architects of India's epic Test series win Down Under, in what was his debut outing.
Ever since Australia lost the Test series against India, there have been calls to replace the skipper and Tim Paine has coped with severe criticism.
Kolkata Knight Riders had shelled out a whopping Rs 15.50 crore for Pat Cummins in the 2019 IPL players' auction.
Cummins was also involved in a key battle against Cheteshwar Pujara throughout the series and the pacer hailed the batsman "brick wall."
Steve Smith beat Pat Cummins by 12 votes to win the Allan Border Medal, the highest honour in Australian men's cricket.
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