Jason Holder having fun with cricket in a ‘robust yr’ regardless of pay cuts



After a forgettable New Zealand tour, West Indian skipper Jason Holder expressed optimism that his gamers will bounce again stronger after the Christmas break. He praised his teammates for risking their well being and touring worldwide to play cricket regardless of pay cuts.

Speaking to the reporters after his crew’s ICC World Check Championship defeat to the Blackcaps, Jason Holder said that it was a difficult yr for him and his crew. Nonetheless, they tried to make the most effective out of the alternatives to earn a residing.

“Man, it is robust. It was a troublesome yr. Credit score to each particular person who would have sacrificed their well being, and the chance of travelling world wide on this pandemic,” stated the Caribbean skipper.

“We have now had pay cuts. It’s a scenario the place you’re nonetheless seeking to make a residing, nonetheless seeking to make use of each alternative you get,” Jason Holder continued. 


Jason Holder set to play for the Sydney Sixers in BBL 2020-21

Whereas most Caribbean gamers will return residence from New Zealand, Jason Holder will fly to Australia to characterize the Sydney Sixers within the Massive Bash League.

“We have been on the street for a short while. It will be good for the fellows to get residence for Christmas, spend a while with their households. It is going to be a much-needed relaxation for some gamers to only refresh and are available again. I head over to the Massive Bash after this after which we have got a tour of Bangladesh in early January,” Jason Holder added. 

The Sydney Sixers have 5 factors to their title in two matches, with one win and one loss. Jason Holder’s presence will present far more steadiness to the defending champions’ crew mixture in BBL 2020-21.

So far as the West Indies cricket crew is worried, the Males in Maroon will go to Bangladesh quickly. The dates for the tour should not identified, however the two cricket boards anticipate the collection to occur in January 2021.


Printed 14 Dec 2020, 12:32 IST



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