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After T20 dud, Chris Gayle targets his 100th Test

Chris Gayle had a disappointing run for  Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL-7, scoring 198 runs in 9 innings. He appeared to be troubled by a back spasm and an injury to his right leg.  Gayle is now be consulting doctors in Germany about his injuries. Gayle admitted that he was not completely fit at IPL 7 but added that with his T20 season over he is looking to regaining his fitness for his 100th Test to be played back home in Jamaica in June.  Excerpts

We all are disappointed, all are hurting.The last two years we didn’t make it to the final so we wanted to make it this year very badly. We had a new faces in the team as well but it just didn’t happen. Life goes on and we are still going to keep pushing next year and play better as a team.

It will mean a lot to me. I have been serving West Indies cricket for the last 13 years and going on to 14 years now, I am actually looking forward to this milestone. I have missed out on last couple of months because of injury. I was supposed to get past this milestone a long time back but it didn’t happen. As a cricketer these things happen and you pick injuries at crucial times. I have still an injury now and I am trying to get it sorted as quickly as possible so I can be fully fit for the special occasion. It is going to be played at home so it is a big occasion for me and for the people back home too. I don’t have much time but hopefully it work out and I will be back on the field quickly.

Source:indianexpress
 

 
 
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