Ross Taylor: So this 37-year-old veteran cricketer has made it clear that he has no intention of retiring yet, Ross Taylor says no plans of retiring from International Cricket yet
Ross Taylor in WTC Final  |  Photo Credits: AP
- Ross Taylor, the most experienced player of the New Zealand cricket team, responded to the discussion of retirement
- Ross Taylor is not going to say goodbye to international cricket right now
- There was speculation about Taylor’s career after New Zealand’s victory in the ICC World Test Championship
Ross Taylor on his retirement plans: Veteran New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has rubbished talks of retirement saying that he still loves the game and wants to learn to get better. The 37-year-old batsman played a key role in New Zealand’s eight-wicket victory in the final of the World Test Championship (WTC).
In the second Test against England before the WTC final, Taylor scored 80 runs in the first innings and contributed to the team’s victory. Taylor said, “The win in the WTC final could make us worthy of being called the world champion but I love cricket. I still want to learn and get better, that’s a good sign. At this stage I I want to play cricket as much as possible.”
He said, “Kiwi players retire at the age of 34 or 35 and when I turned 37, I understood why they do this. Everyone asks questions and asks for answers about age. But I think That I can still play domestic cricket and love to play for my country.”
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