New Zealand star batsman Ross Taylor said that he does not know whether he will be able to play in the T20 World Cup to be held in India next year. The ICC postponed the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia this year due to the corona virus epidemic that will happen in 2022.
The T20 World Cup will remain the same in India next year. Taylor, who became the first New Zealand player to play 100 T20 matches in February this year, will turn 37 next year. He told ESPN Cricinfo, ‘Don’t know. With age you become sluggish, but your practice, experience and mind become more important.
Taylor, who went to play Caribbean Premier League (CPL), said, ‘Everything is strange. Never been away from cricket for so long. Separation and it is strange now, but that is it. He said, ‘T20 cricket we have a habit of playing in packed stadiums. It is also strange to play on an empty ground, but now we have to get used to it.