New Zealand’s batsman, Ross Taylor, is not sure whether he will be taking part in the World Cup 2021 in India.
He says, as one gets old, things get to slow down with the rising figure of age and health of the mind, along with experience become important.
It has been a long ago since Taylor featured in any match. He says it has been long since I played a match. Also, isolation amidst the Coronavirus interrupted the schedules.
New Zealand’s Ross Taylor not sure of being a participant in the World Cup 2021
“Oh! Not sure. As you get older, things slow down a little bit, but your training and experience and your mind become even more important,” Taylor was quoted as saying in ESPNcricinfo.
“Yeah, it has been a strange time all around. I haven’t gone this long without playing any cricket since I was in high school. So, yeah obviously isolation and all those other things are a little bit strange, but it is what it is,” he stated.
The batsman is all set to play for Guyana Amazon Warriors for the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). He revealed the fact how that fans are attracted to T20 cricket and the stadiums are full hence, everyone is going to be nervous after a long time featuring in CPL with spectators.
“You know it’s going to be strange for everybody at the CPL. Nobody has played international cricket for a while, so everyone is going to be nervous, I’m sure. So, training and early games are very important. The atmosphere in Twenty20 cricket is a lot of what you play and we get the best crowds in that format,” Taylor added.