New Zealand pace bowling all-rounder Kyle Jamieson who has achieved a lot of success in his short Test career has said that he still has a long way to go.
Kyle Jamieson since making his Test debut has been part of almost all Tests New Zealand have played. In the 10 Test matches in his career, he has bagged 52 wickets and has smashed 301 runs. Notably, he picked 50 Test wickets in just 9 Tests and became the fastest New Zealand bowler to reach the 50 wickets milestone.
Meanwhile, Jamieson has said that he still has a lot of things to learn in white-ball cricket.
“It’s still a long way from where I am now to where I want to be in my career. Lot of things to learn, skills in white-ball cricket as I go along the way,” Jamieson said in an interaction facilitated by Amazon Prime Video, which will start streaming cricket matches live from January 1, 2022.
Jamieson added that he doesn’t know what’s coming up but he wants to grow his name and win tournaments for the Black Caps. He said:
“Nothing really is guaranteed with what’s coming up but I guess with cricket ahead, I have to grow my game, try and take a step back and improve my skills, and win those (ICC) tournaments in days to come.”
It’s Just That I Have Been Lucky Enough To Play Against India A Few Times In Favourable Conditions – Kyle Jamieson
The 26-year-old has been tremendously successful against India National Cricket Team in Test cricket and he has picked 22 wickets in just 5 games against India. He made his debut against India in Tests and has troubled Virat Kohli and co. a lot especially in the inaugural ICC World Test Championship (WTC) he turned out to be a major threat for the Indian team.
Meanwhile, the giant pacer when asked about his success said that he has been lucky to be alongside Tim Southee, Trent Boult and Neil Wagner. He said:
“I think I have been lucky at times and three of those five (Tests) games have been in favourable conditions. I have always maintained that I have been lucky to have come into a group where guys like Trent, Tim and Wagner have such great records over long periods of time.”
Jamieson further added that he has been lucky enough to play against the Indian team in favourable conditions and he feels that the ball has rolled a few times in his favour. He elaborated:
“When we have played at home, we have often operated with four-seamers, I have been able to get the fruits of the hard work of the other three guys. It’s just that I have been lucky enough to play against India a few times in favourable conditions, and I believe, the ball has rolled a few times in my favour also. I know that will not always be the case and there will be challenges ahead.”
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