South Africa's Duminy pulls out of IPL

South Africa's Duminy pulls out of IPL

Due to the municipal elections in Delhi that are set to take place on April 22, the Indian Premier League matches involving Delhi Daredevils and Mumbai Indians, and Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rising Pune Supergiants have undergone minor changes.

He joined the Delhi Daredevils in 2014 and in the last IPL tournament stood in for Zaheer Khan as captain of the side in two matches.

The much-anticipated IPL will be played from 5 April to 21 May across a number of cities in India. He has also chipped in with the ball, with 23 wickets to his name in seven seasons.

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"It has been a very hard decision for me to make, but it was for purely personal reasons", said Duminy in a statement released by his franchise. "I'm grateful for the support and understanding from the franchise", the 32-year-old Proteas cricketer said. "I certainly hope to play a part for the franchise in the near future", he was quoted as saying in a media release.

As a result, the home match of the Daredevils against Mumbai Indians will now be played at the Kotla on May 6 at its scheduled time.

Delhi Daredevils have confirmed that they will sign a replacement player for Duminy.

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