West Indies fast bowler Andy Roberts has lambasted team batsman Shimron Hetmyer as he left the England tour due to fears of a corona virus epidemic. Three players from the West Indies team refused the board to play the Test series in England due to health reasons and Corona, to which the board did not object, but the former players did not like it.
Speaking on the YouTube channel of former Caribbean partner Michael Holding, Andy Roberts has said, “They would have been an integral part of the batting. We don’t like as much as Hetmyer is playing, he is a batsman for the future, but someone’s mind They should feel that you cannot score by sitting in the pavilion. Holding and Roberts, who were part of the bowling attack of the West Indies in the 1970s and 80s, did not like to leave the players’ tour of England.
According to Roberts, the challenge for most of the West Indies batsmen was that “they don’t really train for it to send runs to the gaps and steal runs, because it requires enough practice, but these players can make a boundary.” Believe.” Roberts sees a bright future in the Windies Pace Attack with the likes of Alzarri Joseph, Kemar Holder, Oshen Thomas and Shannon Gabriel.
Andy Roberts has said, “I am glad to see that the last few months are a type of revival, not the year, just the last few months – there are some young people through whom we can do well. I think that We do not try and expect results soon. ” Let us know that the three-match Test series between hosts England and West Indies starts on 8 July.