Mumbai: Veteran batsman Wasim Jaffer on Monday asked the youngsters to strike a right balance between Twenty20 cricket and the traditional formats of the game for reaping rewards.
"If you ask any cricketer, the hardest form is Test cricket because there are no short-cuts. The shorter the game gets, it gets a lot easier. That is probably one thing.
"I won't say it's a concern because players get rewarded financially, but at the same time they need to find the balance. They need to keep the hunger to play Test cricket," Jaffer said here at a media conference organised by his employers, Indian Oil Corporation.