Cape City Proteas allrounder Chris Morris nonetheless has a future with the nationwide aspect, says the interim director of cricket of CSA Corrie van Zyl.
There was confusion on Tuesday when CSA introduced its squads for the following tour of India, the place Proteas will play three T20I and three check video games in September and October.
Morris, 32, was not chosen on any of the groups and the press launch confirming the alternatives mentioned: "Chris Morris was not accessible for choice."
Chatting with Sport24 Nevertheless, on Tuesday afternoon, Van Zyl helped make clear Morris's drawback.
"It’s well-known that Chris's nationwide contract was not renewed past the World Cup," Van Zyl defined.
"Then, after his tremendous efficiency within the World Cup, negotiations started to grant him a brand new nationwide contract, however by then he had already made different commitments."
Van Zyl didn’t verify what these commitments had been, however the 2019 Caribbean Premier League shall be held from September four to October 12. If Morris performed within the CPL, he would lose all of the T20 Indians and two of the Checks.
"It doesn’t imply in any respect that the door is closed, and we are going to start negotiations for a brand new contract once more after the tour," added Van Zyl.
"He nonetheless needs to play cricket for South Africa."
Morris was not chosen within the authentic 15-man staff for the World Cup, however entered as a late alternative for the injured Anrich Nortje.
He would turn out to be South Africa's predominant wicket catcher within the event with 13 on a mean of 26.23.
If all goes properly, Morris might seem for the Proteas in the summertime after they obtain England in 4 Checks, three ODI and three T20I.