Cricket West Indies lead selector Desmond Haynes and Director of Cricket Jimmy Adams have blasted players for not being able to meet minimum fitness standards that would qualify them for selection to the senior men’s squad.
“I’m pretty disappointed as well,” Haynes said speaking in a press conference on Monday.
“When you look at the amount of cricket that is being played around the world, I think there is a certain level of fitness that is required and I think there is a standard that you should set as a professional cricketer,” added Haynes before going on to mention how picking players while being unsure of whether or not they can finish tours is a concern.
“I do get concerned when you have to be selecting the side and not sure if these guys are going to be fit enough to finish the tour,” he said.
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