IPL 2023: Australia captain Pat Cummins has withdrawn his name from IPL 2023. But he has given the green signal to his team’s young player and star all-rounder Cameron Green to join this famous T20 league of India. He has said that he will not stop this player from playing in IPL. But along with this he has also given a suggestion to Green in gestures.
Exemption to participate in IPL auction
In a conversation with ‘SEN Radio’, Cummins said in response to a question related to Green playing in the IPL, that yes, he can be involved in this race (to be involved in the IPL auction). We will wait and see, I think there is still some time in the auction. The Australian captain further said that being selfish as a captain, I would have liked him to save all his energy for Australia. But how can you tell someone to turn down an opportunity like this (IPL)?
Green had scored two half-centuries on the tour of India
Significantly, the 23-year-old emerging Australian all-rounder is being seen as the future of Australian cricket. He also won a lot of accolades by playing two consecutive half-centuries while opening the innings in the absence of David Warner on the tour of India before the T20 World Cup. Green scored two half-centuries on this tour, scoring runs at a strike rate of 214.54 and an average of 39.22.
big shot specialist
Due to his ability to play big shots with ease, Green will be in the eye of several franchises if they decide to feature in the upcoming IPL auctions. Looking at Green’s ability, franchises can rain heavily on him. He is included in the list of players like Ben Stokes and Sam Curran who are sure to get a huge amount. The IPL auction is to be held in Kochi on December 23.
Cummins has withdrawn from IPL 2023
Cummins, who captained Australia’s Test and ODI teams, has decided to pull out of the lucrative league due to the busy schedule of international cricket. Australia’s busy 2023 Test cricket schedule includes the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in India (February-March) and the Ashes in England from June 16 to July 31. The ODI World Cup will be held in India in October-November next year.