Usman Khawaja has uncovered he is “stunned” at the money related circumstance Cricket Australia (CA) winds up in because of the continuous coronavirus pandemic.
CA remained down by far most of its staff on decreased compensation from April 27 until the finish of the monetary year, with worries over when worldwide activity will have the option to continue.
Australia are because of stage the ICC T20 World Cup, just as welcome India for a rewarding visit, yet their home calendar could be in danger due to the worldwide wellbeing emergency.
Letting it be known is frustrating how the circumstance has played out, Khawaja trusts CA and the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) can cooperate to come through what he feels is an income issue that could have been maintained a strategic distance from.
“I was exceptionally stunned. I knew our projections for income were still extremely high and I think they despite everything are, contingent upon what occurs with the India arrangement,” Usman Khawaja disclosed to Fox Sports.
“It’s somewhat befuddling. I don’t have all the money related data before me, yet it appears as though it’s to a greater extent an income issue right now.
“There’s clearly a tad of bungle there some place, with the portfolio and placing a great deal of cash into the offer market.
“So I’m somewhat frustrated on that front … be that as it may, what’s been done will be done presently, so it’s simply our obligation as CA and ACA to work through this.”
Usman Khawaja was missing from the rundown of players to be given national agreements by CA this week, having not played a Test since being dropped during the 2019 Ashes in England.
The left-hander, who midpoints more than 40 in the longest arrangement, despite everything accepts he is outstanding amongst other six batsmen in the nation and feels the analysis of his play against turn is unjustified.
“Without sounding pompous, I despite everything feel like I’m one of the main six batsmen in the nation,” Khawaja said.
“My playing against turn has been straight up there as probably the best in the district. Bar possibly Steve Smith, who is a flat out virtuoso.