Ross Taylor: Former Kiwi cricketer published his autobiography, “Ross Taylor: Black & White”. There he talks about some unrevealed details about his cricket career. Taylor has said that if Royal Challengers Bangalore had acquired him in the 2011 IPL then his IPL career would go longer. The incredible IPL has been running for 15 years. If you are searching for the best betting sites in India, you are in the ideal place!

In this long time, there were several players had appeared but did not have such a long career in it. The former New Zealand cricketer, Ross Taylor has appeared for four franchises in IPL. And in his seven careers in this league, he amassed over 1000 runs. After the publication of his recent autobiography, Ross Taylor is in news. His book, Ross Taylor: Black & White had significant disclosure regarding the IPL.

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Taylor had started his IPL journey with RCB in 2008. And there he remained with the team for the next seasons. After that, the former cricketer moved on to Rajasthan Royals in 2011. However, the legendary batter acknowledges that he was hoping to play for RCB for a fourth straight season. In 2012, Ross Taylor went to Deli Daredevils and then DD traded him to the Pune Warriors India. In 2014, he returned to the Delhi side and it became his last season in this league.

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Ross Taylor: Former Kiwi Player on IPL

Ross Taylor: Former New Zealand Cricketer Talked About His IPL Career
Ross Taylor: Former New Zealand Cricketer Talked About His IPL Career

“While it was incredible to go for a million dollars, I would have been better off in the long run if RCB had gotten me for US$950,000. It would have been my fourth year with them if they had. While the IPL is not sentimental, long-serving players are loyal, and as a one-franchise player, I would have had a longer IPL career. However, if I had stayed at RCB, I would not have had the opportunity to play with legends like Virender Sehwag, Shane Warne, Mahela Jayawardene, and Yuvraj Singh”

Taylor wrote in his book

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Ross Taylor: Former New Zealand Cricketer Talked About His IPL Career

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