ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Super League fourth edition faces a little setback as key international player has refused to join the league for the upcoming edition.
South Africa all-rounder Jean-Paul Duminy will not be participating in the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) due to national and domestic team commitments.
Duminy — who represented reigning champions Islamabad United in the previous edition of PSL — announced his decision through social media website Twitter.
“Really enjoyed my time at Islamabad United last season but unfortunately I couldn't commit this year because of domestic and national team commitments but I will be back as and when availability permits,” Duminy said in a tweet.
Earlier PSL had revealed the list of foreign players who will be up for grabs in the Platinum category during the draft for the fourth edition.