The West Indies Cricket Board have released an apologetic statement about the cancelled tour to India, essentially begging the BCCI to reconsider their stance, after the Indian board suspended all action between the sides.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India have suspended bilateral tours to the West Indies in retaliation to the recent abandonment of a key limited-overs and Test series.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India are unlikely to claim damages from the West Indies Cricket Board immediately, but might impose a series embargo in the wake of this month's abandonment.
It has long been predicted. Since the heady days of Sir Garfield Sobers, Malcolm Marshall, Courtney Walsh and Brian Lara faded from memory, people have said cricket in the West Indies is dying.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India will likely claim damages of about Rs 400 crore (US$65 million approx) after this month's series was abandoned.