Ross Taylor: Former New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor, who retired from all forms of international cricket earlier this year, is open to returning to the game, whether as a T20 player or a coach. Traylor, who was part of the side that defeated India in the World Test Championship final in England last year and was facilitated in the Queen’s Birthday honors earlier this week with a New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM). If you are searching for the best trusted betting sites in India, you are in the ideal place!

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When asked by SENZ Mornings if he had any thoughts about coaching or playing in some areas, the ex-RCB player said,

“Yeah, a bit of both (coaching and playing). You never say never to coaching but first and foremost I still love playing the game and want to try and play it as much as I can while I can,”

Taylor to SENZ mornings

With former colleagues such as Brendon McCullum (new England head coach) and Daniel Vettori (new Australia assistant coach) having signed lucrative contracts, Taylor stated that while he was not contemplating coaching roles in the near future, he would not rule them out entirely.

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Ross Taylor: New Zealand Veteran Indicates At  Possible Return to T20 Cricket
Ross Taylor: New Zealand Veteran Indicates At Possible Return to T20 Cricket

Taylor is currently involved in Maori cricket and is planning to return to the cricket field through the remunerative T20 market.

“I’m looking forward to playing with Central Districts over the summer, there are a few tournaments that I’ve signed up to go to as well. I enjoy playing the game still and giving back to it in any way. I did miss the game a little bit the other day at Lord’s (first Test between England and New Zealand), but there are also elements that I didn’t miss and I guess made my decision content.”

the former New Zealand batter added

Taylor has a decorated international career spanning over 15 years. The 38-year-old is the leading run-scorer for New Zealand in Tests and ODIs. Meanwhile, his T20 record isn’t bad either having racked up 1909 runs at an average and strike rate of 26.15 and 122.37. Taylor has played 55 matches in the IPL for many successful franchises including RCB, RR, DC, and now-defunct PWI. Stay tuned for our 100% FREE free betting tips and match guides from our professional betting tipsters.

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