Australia’s white ball captain Aaron Finch admitted he wasn’t surprised after being unsold at the recent Indian Premier League auctions and said a little home time wouldn’t be there ” worst thing ”as he struggles to rediscover his touch.
“It would have been nice to play again. It’s an amazing competition to participate in, but it was no surprise that I wasn’t picked to be honest,” Finch told reporters on the eve of the first. . T20I against New Zealand.
Finch had an unforgettable 2020 IPL in the United Arab Emirates, where he averaged just 22.3 with a single score of over 50 for the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
He had an equally unimpressive Big Bash League (BBL) campaign, managing just 179 points to 13.76 in 13 innings for the Melbourne Renegades.
The auction took place in Chennai on February 18, and Australians Glenn Maxwell and Jhye Richardson took gold, bringing in Rs 14.25 and Rs 14 crore respectively.
Australia face New Zealand in a five-game T20I series, starting Monday at Hagley Oval.
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Finch worked on a few technical aspects during the quarantine before clashes with the team’s rival Trans-Tasman and now hopes to regain his form after an extended lean phase.
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“I worked on a few technical things, trying to put a little less weight on my front foot. Sometimes I can be a little flat-footed and my feet are planted and then I have a hard time moving again, “Finch says.
“I’ve talked a lot and worked quite a bit with Andrew McDonald to whom I go back to whenever things don’t seem quite right and he seems to sort it out pretty quickly. training and focus on some technical changes. “