West Indies legend Chris Gayle is a brand ambassador of the tournament called 'The 6ixty'.
The big-hitting Jamaican has also vowed to return to the league next year, adding that he would love to win a title with either RCB or Punjab Kings.
Interestingly, Sabeeja's student Saachi Dhadwal, daughter of Mumbai natives, is also part of the 15-member Qatar squad that was announced on Sunday.
Gayle, 42, shares the longest career in T20 cricket, spanning more than 15 years, with his teammate Dwayne Bravo, who announced his retirement before the Australia game.
Gayle and Dwayne Bravo, who had announced that he will retire from international cricket after the World Cup, were given a guard of honour by the Australian players at the end of the match.
The Twenty20 World Cup Super 12 begins in the United Arab Emirates on Saturday
Richards has rebuffed Gayle for saying that he "has no respect" for Ambrose after the Caribbean fast-bowling great had recently said that "Gayle is definitely not an automatic choice for starting" in the ICC T20 World Cup.
Chasing a modest 142 for victory after Moises Henriques (33) and Ashton Turner (24) put on Australia's first half-century stand of the series, West Indies got home in style thanks to Gayle's blitzkrieg that included seven sixes.
The Punjab Kings batsman is spending his quarantine period in Maldives.
PBKS took a dig at RCB by tweeting the image of the burly Gayle and rather thin Chahal with the caption “If we have to summarize #PBKSvRCB.”