West Indies all-rounder Roston Chase wants him to be taken more seriously as a batsman. Roston Chase believes it will be a big disappointment for him that if he fails to score at least a century in the three-match Test series against England starting at Southampton on July 8.
The 28-year-old cricketer Roston Chase said that he wanted him to be rated a bit higher as a batsman and he would try to get some runs in England. With this, he also feels that he is expecting a good series with the bat. Roston Chase told the media in a video conference,
“Once you do well in England, I think your stock as a cricketer goes up on the international scene. I’ve always wanted to score a century in England. I scored a century against England in the Caribbean, but I would love to get one in England.”
As I said, when you score hundreds in England, I think, as a batsman, people take you more seriously and rate you a bit higher. I’m looking to have a good series with the bat, score as many runs as possible. I will not be happy if I don’t get at least one century,” he added.
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Roston Chase has scored 1695 runs in 32 Tests, including five hundred. On this tour, Roston Chase will have more responsibility in the middle order.
Because the experienced West Indies player Darren Bravo and Shimron Hetmyer refused to tour England. Both Darren Bravo and Shimron Hetmyer refused due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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