Tait aims to win World Cup for second time to relive ‘indescribable fun’By ANI
Friday, February 18, 2011
SYDNEY - Australian pacer Shaun Tait has that he would like to win the World Cup for second time, as it’s hard to describe how much joy winning the trophy gives.
Tait was one of the stars of Australia’s unbeaten campaign in the Caribbean in 2007, taking 23 wickets at 20.30.
“The best memory of my career is definitely that World Cup. We had a great time on and off the field. It was a good team environment.
“To win the World Cup, you can’t really describe how much fun it is. To have the opportunity here to do that again is fantastic,” The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Tait, as saying.
Tait is all set to share the bowling duties in the World Cup with Mitchell Johnson and veteran Brett Lee.
Australia’s opening game is against Zimbabwe in Ahmedabad on Monday.
Tait said having a quality pace attack is a huge advantage, even on the slow and low pitches of Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and India.
Australia have only one specialist spinner in their squad, Jason Krejza, alongside part-time slow bowlers Steve Smith and David Hussey. (ANI)