In the age of fast-paced T20 cricket, many cricketers have been found cutting short their Test career to swell the lifespan for white-ball cricket. Pakistan’s skillful pacer Mohammad Amir serves as the latest example as the veteran bowler took an early exit from the longest format of the game.
However, West Indian quick Kemar Roach is finding himself in a disagreement to others as he feels that Test cricket brings a different level of charm which excites him to the core. The 31-year old cricketer revealed that he undergoes a lot of fitness drills to keep himself in shape for this format of cricket.
Kemar understands the challenges of Test cricket and aims to counter them with his prowess. He has also found an elite bowling form in the running year as the potent paceman managed 23 scalps in 4 games to secure a sparkling bowling average of 15. Furthermore, the Barbados born is confident of producing a strong performance in the ongoing Test match against India and help his team draw the two-game series.