In general I would be very hesitant in undeleting content that was self-deleted, especially if it's self-deleted shortly after posting it.
It would be a different matter if someone starts rage-quitting, deleting content because they're having some argument somewhere, or something like that; but in this case it looks like the author was using the delete feature as a "draft"; they deleted it immediately after posting.
I don't know why they never finished/undeleted it, but I don't think that we (the community) should decide if the content is "good enough" to keep. Perhaps the author felt that it wasn't good enough, or that it was better covered by another answer and that their answer no longer added any value, perhaps they felt they were mistaken, or perhaps there is another good reason.
In this particular case, I happen to know that the author is regularly active on chat, so if you want talk to him about it you can ping him there. In cases where the author isn't on chat you could consider leaving a comment on a recent question or answer of the user, but in general I would only do it in cases where the answer was very good/elaborate, and really worth keeping (in this particular case, I'm not sure it is).