Test cricket is high on the agenda: Kieron Pollard

Kieron Pollard is optimistic that with continued good performances in 20 and 50-overs cricket, he'll get a chance to play Tests as well.

updated: September 28, 2012 14:04 IST
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Though he made his debut during the World Cup in the Caribbean in 2007 as a 19-year old, it was his performances for Trinidad and Tobago in the Champions League Twenty20 two years later that catapulted Kieron Pollard into the limelight. Since then, he has gone on to become one of the most coveted signings for Twenty20 franchises. In the past year though, several stunning innings in the 50-over arena have provided ample proof that he's far more than a bits-and-pieces cricketer. Wisden India's newest columnist talks about the road ahead and the constant desire to improve.

You're perhaps the first Twenty20 superstar, in that you made your name playing that form of the game...

I've been labelled a Twenty20 cricketer and I can understand that. That was my avenue to prove myself. That was my route to be financially stable, to not have to worry about my family's well being. It gave me the confidence to better my game and focus on 50-over cricket as well.

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