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Friday, 14 February 2020

Ross Taylor said "Happy with what I achieved in my career"

Ross Taylor said "Happy with what I achieved in my career"

Ross Taylor
Ross Taylor 

New Zealand's most experienced batsman Ross Taylor is very close to becoming the first player to play 100-100 matches for his country in all three formats of cricket. Taylor has said that she is quite happy with what she has achieved in her career so far. Taylor made his international debut in 2006. He has played 99 Tests, 231 ODIs and 100 T20 matches for his country. He will play his 100th Test match against India in Wellington on 21 February.

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"I am very happy with what I have achieved so far in my career. I think I am doing what I wanted to do. I always wanted to play for New Zealand," Taylor told reporters here on Friday. . "

Taylor said that his family has always supported him and that is why he has come so far.


He said, "Wellington has a special place in my heart. It is also special to have family support. My wife has raised three children on her own. My children know what their father does. No matter how much you run Finally your family stays with you. "

The right-handed batsman said, "My family has sacrificed a lot. My children have seen many wonderful places and my daughter wants to go to India."

Taylor has scored more than 17,000 international runs for his country.