(From left) Darren Bravo, Keemo Paul and Shimron Hetmyer.
The West Indies says three cricket players have turned down the chance to travel to England for the postponed three-test series that will be played in bio-secure environments amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Cricket West Indies says Darren Bravo, Shimron Hetmyer and Keemo Paul “all declined the invitation” to join the squad and “will not hold this decision against these players when considering future selection.”
West Indies players must travel a month before the first test in Southampton starting July 8 in order to quarantine and begin training.
The other tests will be played in Manchester starting July 16 and July 24.
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