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Dale Steyn to reassess his future after T20 World Cup

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Dale Steyn is likely to call time on his international career after this year's T20 World Cup but remains committed to making himself available for South Africa in white-ball cricket until then.Steyn, who retired from Tests in August last year and has not played for the national team in 11 months, will make his return with the upcoming T20I series against England, where he hopes to stake a claim for the T20 World Cup.Asked if he would consider prolonging his limited-overs' run until the 2021 edition of the competition, Steyn was hesitant, once he realised the competitions run in successive years."Is there another T20 World Cup? "This one would be a nice one to go to and then finish off and reassess after the end of this year and then I will kind of figure out what I want to do."For now, the only thing Steyn wants to do is get on the park after missing out on South Africa's last T20I series, against India last September when the selectors deemed him unfit despite his own declaration of readiness. In Kagiso Rabada's absence, Steyn will bowl alongside Lungi Ngidi, who has also been working on pace off the ball, Andile Phehlukwayo and Sisanda Magala, who are death-bowling specialists and Beuran Hendricks, who adds variation to the attack with his left-arm seam.South Africa are looking at all of them as potential World Cup participants and Steyn, while still seeing himself as a strike bowler, wants to be their mentor.

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