I didn't spot it at the time, but Nat Sciver actually played a deliberate "draw" shot at Derby on Wednesday. I remember Richie Benaud talking about this many years ago, as I think he had a print depicting it on his wall. For younger viewers, the shot is played deliberately between the batsperson's legs and generally goes just backward of square. It was fairly common in the "Golden Age".
The video is at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/40583779
round about the 01.18 mark.
Perhaps it's a shot that batswomen are more willing than batsmen to take on.