Starc had pulled out of the profitable T20 occasion to concentrate on the T20 World Cup in Australia which was postponed final month because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I know hindsight is a wonderful thing and now the IPL is on at a different time but no, I wouldn’t change it,” the 30-year-old, who performed for Royal Challengers Bangalore for 2 years, was quoted as saying by Cricket.com.au.
“I’m pleased to spend that point when the blokes are on the IPL in September I’ll be preparing for a summer time.
“The IPL can be round subsequent yr and if I really feel the urge or individuals need me round I’ll undoubtedly contemplate it, however as of this yr I’m very snug with the choices I’ve made.”
Starc was purchased by Kolkata Knight Riders within the 2018 IPL public sale however was dominated out of the season as a consequence of an damage and was ultimately launched in November.
The lanky pacer is at present coaching together with his NSW state teammates and ready for a affirmation for Australia’s white-ball tour of the UK.
“It’s nonetheless very a lot up within the air which is the way in which of the world in the intervening time. It’s altering day-to-day. We’re having weekly conferences concerning the challenges of the tour and the place this all sits. We’ve received one other one on Thursday to see if there’s any progressions on that,” he mentioned.
“All the gamers are making ready to play and planning to go. It’s now as much as Cricket Australia and the federal government on each side as as to whether we leap on that aircraft. In phrases of the cricket, we’ll simply prepare for the collection.”
Australia’s tour of England comprising three T20s and as many ODIs is scheduled to start on September 4, pending clearance.
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