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Chris Gayle hopeful of Test coming back in 2016

Chris Gayle has played only 4’s of West Indies' 16 Tests since January 1, 2014

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has said that he was not fit necessary to play the continuous Test arrangement against Australia, however desires to make an arrival to Test cricket one year from now. He likewise asked fans to give more opportunity to the focused on West Indies Test group and permit youths to advance their game.

Gayle, who played the remainder of his 103 Tests in July 2014, said he was wearisome to get over into the furrow in the wake of misery surgery on his back in July. He as of late made an arrival to reasonable cricket in the Bangladesh Premier League and will now play for Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League.

"In the event that I wasn't (recuperating from a back damage) I would absolutely. I haven't resigned from the diversion," Gayle told writers in Melbourne on Tuesday. "I'm simply attempting to get once again into the section. One year from now, with any fortunes Test cricket is on the plan. I haven't batted for such quite a while. I scored 92 in an amusement and the following day touched like I'd been hit by a transport. The body will truly set aside time to develop continuously."

Gayle has scored 7214 Test keeps running at a normal of 42.18, however has played just four of West Indies' 16 Tests since January 1, 2014. His last Test passageway was in the first match of the home arrangement against Bangladesh in July. He a while later missed Test arrangement in South Africa and Sri Lanka, and home arrangement against England and Australia because of wellness issues.

Gayle likewise strained that a youthful West Indies group required time to create in the more drawn out arrangement. West Indies have lost seven of their last 10’s Tests. On the present voyage through Australia, they struggled a ten-wicket misfortune in a visit diversion against a Cricket Australia XI side that controlled six players making their top of the line debuts. This was trailed by a lazy execution in the Hobart Test, which they lost to Australia by an innings and 212 keeps running inside 3's days.

"On the off chance that you need to bash the cricket, you bash me basically," he said. "We are revered far and wide. We won't not be playing great cricket but rather … it's a youthful group so we need to completely give it time as opposed to being so brutal on West Indies' cricket constantly. Some youthful players are getting through the positions. We need to give them time

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