However, the Otley born centre, who won a Rugby World Cup winners medal in 2003 with England, confirmed recently that he'll be part of the Barbarians squad that comes to Kingsholm on May 29th to take on Ireland.
Also named in the squad so far are current Gloucester Rugby team mate Akapusi Qera as well as close friend and former Cherry and White Iain Balshaw.
Tindall told the club website that representing the Barbarians is definitely one of the items on his rugby bucket list.
"There are a few things that I haven't done in my rugby career - one is playing for the British Lions and the other is playing for the Barbarians.
"This is the first year that I've been able to commit to that and it's great. It'll also give me the chance to be on the same team as Balsh (Iain Balshaw) again and that'll be fun.
"Balsh will be there and Q (Akapusi Qera) is also going to be involved so there will be a couple of familiar faces. Hopefully, it'll be a little more relaxed than what I've been used to and good fun.
"I have spoken to him (Balshaw)in the past few days but we didn't chat about the Barbarians game. Results haven't gone Biarritz's way in the past few months so he's got his mind on other things really!"
The Barbarians are renowned for playing an open, flowing style of rugby and Tindall is looking forward to going out and playing without any pressure on him.
"It'll good just to go out there and be able to fully enjoy yourself and the fact that it's a game being staged at Kingsholm is even better really.
"It should a great occasion. There's a massive rugby fan base in Gloucester, we're very lucky in the support we got from the fans.
"Hopefully they'll get behind us even if the hoops are a different colour and we'll put some rugby together against the Irish.
"With the Barbarians, it can go a couple of different way. Either it can go really well or sometimes it doesn't quite gel. With a bit of luck, the game at Kingsholm will be a day when it all clicks and we'll score some tries."