Holder focused on all formats
PORT OF SPAIN – All-rounder Jason Holder says he does not want to be classified as simply a Test player but believes he has a contribution to make to West Indies cricket in all three formats.
The 28-year-old Barbadian, who has led West Indies in Tests for the last five years, has emerged recently as one of the world’s leading players in the longest format.
He has been ranked as the number one Test all-rounder for over a year now and in the latest ranking moved up to number three in the bowling charts.
And though Test cricket is where he has managed to make his mark with 106 wickets at an average of 26.37 and 1898 runs at an average of 32.72 with three centuries including a career-best 202 not out, Holder still thinks his skills and knowledge can be helpful in the white-ball versions. (CMC/EZS)