In order to prepare to play for the Dubai Capitals, Jason Holder is currently competing in the ILT20.Jason Holder, a prominent all-round player from the West Indies and a former captain, gained notoriety when he chose to play in the International League T20 rather than represent his country on the field against Australia. Holder, who has long been a mainstay for the West Indies, will provide even more strength to the Dubai Capitals, the sister team of the Delhi Capitals of the Indian Premier League, in the upcoming ILT20 season.
The decision to leave Holder out of the Test squad for the series against Australia caused some controversy and prompted rumors about the dynamics at work. Holder, a prominent figure in West Indies cricket and a former captain, has sparked debate among supporters with his decisions regarding his participation in the ILT20 and international commitments. Holder discusses the decision in detail and touches on the various problems plaguing Windies cricket and the sport in general in an open interview with Hindustan Times.
How are the ILT20 preparations coming along? You’ve only been in the league for one season.
Everything is going according to plan. We are all together and excited to play some really good cricket now that the boys are mostly here. I believe we have a pretty strong group of guys, and this is essentially how the campaign will begin. We have an equal opportunity, but it all depends on how we perform when playing cricket on a given day.