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IND vs NZ: Kiwi veteran going to play 100th Test said- I am old now

Senior New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor, who is going to play the hundredth Test of his career, said that he has been learning a lesson from his mistakes. More than that, only Stephen Fleming, Brendon McCullum and Daniel Vettori …





Senior New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor, who is going to play the hundredth Test of his career, said that he has been learning a lesson from his mistakes. More than that, only Stephen Fleming, Brendon McCullum and Daniel Vettori have played for New Zealand. Ross Taylor, who is going to be 36 years old, will complete a century of Test matches through the first Test against India starting on February 21. He said, 'Nobody's career is perfect. Sometimes you fail. Mistakes and circumstances make you mature. '

Asked what is the importance of the hundred tests for him, he said, "Maybe I am old now." But I am happy with my achievements. "Taylor said," As a batsman I have seen many ups and downs in Test cricket and cricket. Wellington has a special place in my heart. I will keep these golden memories at the end of my career. '

Taylor denied that emotion would dominate him in the first Test. He said, 'In the end, it is only a match in which you try to win the team. Have to fully enjoy it. This is what every player wants to do after landing on the field.

Taylor credited his achievements to his wife Victoria, saying, "It was not easy for my wife Victoria to raise three children alone. We play so much time, but when they are at home, I am their father. My children have grown so much that they understand what their fathers do. '

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