Should Clock.sleep(for:) be added?

The Clock proposal calls out 3 ways of sleeping, 2 on Task and 1 on Clock:

Task.sleep(until:)  // Instant-based
Task.sleep(for:)    // Duration-based
clock.sleep(until:) // Instant-based

However, there is no corresponding duration-based sleep for clocks:

clock.sleep(for:) // ❌ Duration-based

This means in order to perform duration-based sleeping, which is usually more ergonomic, you have to resort to the longer Task.sleep method:

try await Task.sleep(for: .seconds(1), clock: myClock)

// vs

try await myClock.sleep(for: .seconds(1))

Should this 4th variation of sleep be added to the standard library to be consistent?