Australia’s limited-overs skipper, Aaron Finch said that going unsold at the recent Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 Player Auction was quite surprising for him. In the last edition of the IPL, Finch played for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and only managed to score 268 runs in the 12 matches he played. Last month, the batsman was released from the Bangalore-based franchise before he went unsold at the IPL 2021 Player Auction which was held on February 18.
Talking about the same, as per the quotes in cricket.com.au, Aaron Finch said, “It would have been nice to be playing again. It’s a wonderful competition to be a part of but it wasn’t unexpected that I wasn’t picked up, to be honest. I’d prefer to be playing cricket, but a little bit of time at home won’t be the worst thing.”
Currently, the Australian team is locking horns with New Zealand in a five-match T20I series, starting from Monday at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Talking about the changes he has made in his batting, Aaron Finch said he has been working on a few technical things.
Describing the same, Finch said, “I’ve been working a few technical things; trying to get a little bit less weight on my front foot. At times I can get a little bit flat footed and my feet get planted then I struggle to move again – I have my initial movement then I get a little bit stuck.”
He further said, “I’ve talked a lot and worked a fair bit with Andrew McDonald, who I go back to every time things don’t seem quite right and he seems to sort it out pretty quick. It’s been nice to have a good chunk of training and focusing on a few little technical changes.”