Aaron Finch was released by the Royal Challengers Bangalore ahead of the 2021 IPL auction.© Instagram
Australia’s Aaron Finch has said not going unsold in the recent 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL) player auction was not unexpected. “It would have been nice to play again. It’s a wonderful competition to participate in but it was no surprise that I wasn’t picked up, to be honest. I would rather play cricket, but a little a little time at home won’t be the worst thing, ”Finch said, as quoted by Cricket.com.au.
In the last edition of the IPL, Finch played for the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and scored 268 points from his 12 innings. Last month, the drummer was released from the squad before being unsold at the 2021 IPL player auction held on February 18.
Australia are currently preparing to face New Zealand in a five-game T20I series, starting Monday at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Finch said he worked on a few technical things.
“I worked on some technical stuff; I try to put a little less weight on my front foot. Sometimes I can get my feet a little flat and my feet stick out, and then I have a hard time moving again – I have my first movement so I’m a little stuck, ”he 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. It was nice to have a good game. training, and focusing on a few small technical changes, ”Finch added.
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