Darren Bravo was eliminated from the West Indies team for a one-time test against Afghanistan, but former fast bowler and current commentator Michael Holdings believes left-handed hitters are "too talented."
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Chief selector Roger Harper also sponsored Bravo and turned aside before Holding's approval.
A holding spokesman said, "I'll instruct him to find something that works. If he has a technical problem-if he doesn't know it's true, I'll ask someone to sort it out." Line & length This week's podcast. "If it's going to be a rut and you don't know exactly what the problem is, look back at someone who is qualified and skilled enough to see you well and suggest what can go wrong."
Bravo still has a central contract and signed all types of contracts in July.
"We hope you don't get away from the team and take them personally," he said. "I read that Jonny Bairstow was removed from the British team, and also that the selector and other selector's presidents actually went to him and talked to me. I hope they do the same thing. For Darren Bravo. He is too good and talented to lose. He is too talented to rule out. "
Holding also argued that the West Indies have traditionally returned to the strength of fast bowling and have prepared a pitch accordingly to support the upcoming pace baller. He cited examples from India and a recent face bowling department to highlight his point.
"I hope the Caribbean pitches will be prepared to encourage fast bowling," Holding said. "If you don't have a pitch that encourages fast bowling, you'll struggle. Look at India. Over the last six years you've started preparing different pitches and have started a lot of fasts. Bollers and they are now winning a series away from home.
"Look at the fastest plots in the Caribbean-Jamaica and Barbados. Where did most of the Caribbean fastballers come from? Ian Bishop was obviously great but injured. Pitch won't produce fast bowling. We'll prepare good paces and bounces so young people can encourage bowls quickly. "
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