Adam Zampa is counted among the finest leg-spinners of the modern-day cricket. Claiming 75 wickets in 55 ODIs and 33 scalps in 30 T20Is, the Australian leggie has proved his worth in the ODI format. However, he has his eyes set on donning whites for Australia in the purest format of the game.
In the first-class cricket, Zampa has only picked 105 wickets in 38 games while averaging 48.26 with the ball. The 28-year old cricketer admitted that his red-ball numbers aren’t encouraging, but added that he wasn’t able to play first-class cricket in the last three years. However, he believes that he has improved as a bowler in the same period, which gave him the belief of playing red-ball cricket for the Kangaroos.
“For me, playing Test cricket is still the ultimate goal. I am considered as a white-ball bowler and I want to change the perception. I haven’t played much first-class cricket in the last three years, but I have improved a lot and hope to still get that baggy green,” said by Zampa.