South African all-rounder JP Duminy revealed his unavailability for the next edition of the PSL citing busy domestic and International schedules.
Duminy on Thursday tweeted that it was a great experience while playing with Islamabad United in the PSL 3.
He said that the quality and standard are too high in Pakistan’s only cricketing league and competitive cricket let players know how to observe pressure.
“Really enjoyed my time at Islamabad United last season but unfortunately I couldn’t commit to the PSL this year because of domestic and national team commitments,” his tweet quoted.
He added that he will come back soon to play to get featured in the PSL once again.
“I will be back as and when availability permits,” he stated in his tweet.
Duminy who led Islamabad United to the title victory in PSL 3, scored 249 runs in eight matches for the two-time champion PSL franchise.
The 34-years-old, Duminy travelled to Pakistan despite not getting the NOC from the South African board.