The 36-year-old Sammy final performed for West Indies when he led the staff to the 2016 T20 World Cup win, beating England within the ultimate at Eden Gardens.
Sammy mentioned the lengthy COVID-19 hiatus has given him sufficient time to introspect and reignited a need to make a comeback.
“I have had a lot of soul searching and reflection in the past few months. Anybody who’s been at home in the lockdown all these months would not have done justice to themselves if they didn’t glean over things,” Sammy, who will lead St Lucia Zouks in CPL, was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
“I have not retired. I have not closed that door and if I take care of what I have to do for St. Lucia and get us to the playoffs along with my own very good performances that will certainly make selectors take notice of it,” the two-time T20 World Cup-winning captain mentioned.
In August 2016, Sammy was dropped as T20I captain and likewise did not discover a place within the staff. He was named in a World XI facet to play three T20Is towards Pakistan within the 2017 Independence Cup in Lahore.
However, accidents and disagreements with the erstwhile Dave Cameron regime at West Indies Cricket Board additionally affected his probabilities of making a comeback to worldwide cricket.
Talking in regards to the CPL, he mentioned, “I’m actually just going into this tournament to do better for myself and St. Lucia. That is the focus this year and if I do well at that it will raise a few eyebrows as well for other things.” The Caribbean Premier League will start on August 18.
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