Ross Taylor’s pain over IPL, remembers RCB’s heartbreaking act

Ross Taylor played IPL for RCB for three years and after that he was also a part of teams like Rajasthan, Delhi, Pune.

Ross Taylor started his IPL career with RCB. (Pic Credit RCB Twitter)

former New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor Recently released his autobiography. In this book, Taylor has made many revelations. Taylor has exposed many aspects of his cricketing career in this book. This book of Taylor remains a topic of discussion in India because in it he has made revelations about playing in the IPL. Taylor has also shared his pain regarding IPL in this book. He has told that if Royal Challengers Bangalore had kept him with them, then his career could have been longer.

Taylor started his IPL career with the Bangalore team. He played for this team for the next two seasons but after that Bangalore left him and Rajasthan Royals bought him. Taylor has now told that he wanted him to remain in the Bangalore team. This batsman had scored 517 runs in 22 innings for Bangalore.

‘IPL quite unsentimental’

Taylor has written in his book that if he had been a player of a franchise, his career could have lasted much longer. excerpts from taylor’s book printed on the website. According to them, Taylor has written, “Wishing millions of dollars is always good, but if you think far, it would have been better if RCB had bought me for $ 950,000. Had that been the case, it would have been my fourth year with the franchise. The IPL is quite unsentimental, there is loyalty to the players who have played longer. My IPL career as a franchisee could have been longer.

Got a chance to play with these players

Taylor, however, said that leaving RCB also brought him an advantage and that he could play with many great players. Taylor wrote, “On the other hand, if I stayed in Bangalore, I would not have got a chance to play with players like Virender Sehwag, Shane Warne, Mahela Jayawardene and Yuvraj Singh.

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RCB After that Taylor went to Rajasthan, playing for Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals) and later again to Pune Warriors. In 2014, he returned to Delhi. This proved to be his last IPL season. Taylor has said goodbye to international cricket this year. He is counted among the great batsmen of his country.