The way I look at it, there are no holidays in cricket. I never stop training…rain or shine, I’m playing cricket.
I couldn’t believe it and it’s a dream come true, because an aim of mine was to make the West Indies team before 21
West Indies have won three more World Cups than we’ve won and they won it one year.
My first bat was shaped out of a coconut branch by my brother. And from that day, all I wanted to do was to be a West Indian cricketer.
I didn’t like to be friendly with rivals, I wanted them to feel the heat.
I don’t like losing. That ‘L’ word is not in my vocabulary. Only Love and Lord. Not Losing.
For me, being a debutant you have nothing to lose. You just have to go out and give it your all.
“I think it’s a case where we are world champions and it’s something we have made our own.”
In my playing days the ice was kept for the beers.
Every cricketer should want to play Test cricket. Especially when the weather is cool! The more you run, the more heat you have in your body.