BCCI to pay top players who missed IPL due to injury

Sachin Tendulkar is among five Indian players who will be compensated by the BCCI for missing IPL and Champions League T20 matches in 2011 due to injuries sustained while representing India, Mail Today has reported. The others to benefit from the board’s decision are Zaheer Khan, Rohit Sharma, Munaf Patel and Ashish Nehra.

ESPNcricinfo understands that a decision to compensate players who miss the IPL after getting injured while on India duty was taken during thr BCCI’s working committee meeting earlier this month. The report quoted an unnamed BCCI official as saying, “A few senior players — Sachin [Tendulkar], MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh, and Ashish Nehra etc. — had met [Shashank] Manohar [the former BCCI president] and N. Srinivasan before theWorld Cup to discuss a few issues like that of the physios and players’ insurance. At the meeting, the players were assured that if any of the…

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