TNPL 2020 deferred once more, might be held in November or March 2021
The fifth release of the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) has been delayed for the second time because of the Covid-19 pandemic with TNCA now wanting to have the T20 occasion either in November this year or March one year from now.
The famous T20 alliance competition, which was at first booked to run from June 10 to July 12, was put off by the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association in May as the quantity of coronavirus cases rose in the state.
The TNCA was hoping to direct the occasion between July-end and September however because of the seething wellbeing emergency it won’t be in a situation to have the competition.
“The TNCA was taking a gander at a window between end July/August to end September as a potential window for playing the fifth version of the TNPL competition. In any case, because of the progressing Covid related issue in the State of Tamil Nadu, TNCA won’t be in a situation to have the competition in this window,” TNCA Honorary Secretary R S Ramasaamy said in a public statement.
“We will investigate conceivable outcomes of playing the fifth release of the competition in a substitute window i.e either in November 2020 or in March 2021.”
Top players of the state including R Ashwin, Dinesh Karthik, Vijay Shankar and M Vijay among others take an interest in TNPL, which has additionally observed the development of adolescents like Varun Chakravarthy and R Sai Kishore who have proceeded to be picked by IPL groups.
Tamil Nadu has so far observed over 2.4 lakh coronavirus cases and 3,935 fatalities.