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Ross Taylor: Former New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor, who retired from all forms of international cricket at the beginning of the year, is not averse to returning to the cricket field, be it a T20 player or a coach. Taylor announced his retirement from the game shortly before.

Taylor will return to cricket

One of the most celebrated Black Caps player, Taylor was part of the team that defeated India in the World Test Championship final in England last year. Earlier this week she was honored with the Queen’s Birthday Honors with the New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM). When asked on Friday whether he was ready for a coaching role, the player said no.

ready for coaching

Although he further said, ‘If I need to coach along with the game, then I can be ready. But first and foremost I still love to play the game and want to play as much as I can. Taylor is currently involved in Māori cricket and is looking to play in the T20 league to return to the cricket field. I look forward to playing with Central Districts in the summer season, there are a few tournaments that I have signed up to play. I still like to play sports.

After signing contracts with former teammates such as new England head coach Brendon McCullum and Australia’s new assistant coach Daniel Vettori, Taylor said he was not looking at future coaching roles. He further said, ‘I have been successful in cricket, hopefully I have the passion to succeed in whatever I do after cricket.’

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