Test Cricket is in my Blood Says Tim Southee

Test Cricket is in my Blood, I Love Test Cricket, Says Tim Southee

New Zealand will play India in the World Test Championship Final in Southampton. Before that, New Zealand will face England in a two-match Test series. Kiwi pacer Tim Southee is in the squad for the final of the Test Championship and the series. Tim Southee on test cricket said, I love test cricket, test cricket is in my blood.

New Zealand will play a two-match Test series after completing the quarantine in England. Then they will play against India in the final of the World Test Championship. Before leaving for England, Tim Southee spoke to the country’s media.

“I love Test cricket,” he said. To me, it is the most valuable format. I like to play all three formats, not just Test cricket. In fact, Test cricket is mixed with my blood.

“The current New Zealand cricket team is much more mature than it was when it started its journey in international cricket,” said Saudi. We have won 9 of our last 11 Test series. When we started the journey we got our first win after 14 consecutive Test series. Ross Taylor and I often talked about it. Because it took a long time to get these victories.

The 32-year-old pacer believes he will continue to play as long as he can maintain his fitness. Age is just a number to him and as long as modern players take care of their fitness, their careers will undoubtedly be long.

The experienced New Zealand pacer has taken 302 wickets in his Test career. His achievement as the third Kiwi bowler. Earlier, only Richard Hadley and Daniel Vettori had crossed the 300-wicket milestone for New Zealand.

In international cricket, however, this milestone is becoming a familiar subject. In 1984, thanks to Fred Truman, the cricket world got its first 300 wickets.