Temba Bavuma feels let down and disappointed following the SA20 Auction snub

Temba Bavuma disappointed that he failed to receive a bid in the auction for his country's latest Twenty20 league . Bavuma said he was disappointed that he failed to receive a bid in the auction for his country's latest Twenty20 league .

Temba Bavuma, the South African white-ball captain, said on Thursday that he was disappointed that he failed to receive a bid in the auction for his country's latest Twenty20 league.At a press conference ahead of the South African teams' departure for a one-day and T20 internationals tour of India, which will be followed by the T20 World Cup in Australia, he said, I would be lying if I said I wasnt disappointed.As much as I would like to talk more about it, it is probably not the right time.Our attention now is on India and the World Cup, according to Bavuma.

But it's not just me, it's Andile, who has played a lot of white-ball cricket for South Africa, who will retire after the World Cup.Coach Mark Boucher, who will complete his tenure in the National Team, said it was important to separate the league from the national team.We like to play for him, Boucher said.You cant control what happens in leagues and auctions.From a Proteas standpoint, we backed him 100%.