“T10 Cricket is here to stay, and those who can’t adapt will struggle” – Jason Holder at Abu Dhabi T10

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Jason Holder, as a seasoned T20 cricketer with experience in leagues like CPL, IPL, BBL and SA20, has now added T10 to his list. The West Indies allrounder is representing Samp Army in the second edition of the Abu Dhabi T10 and is relishing the challenge of cricket’s shortest format.

Despite starting the season with a loss, Holder played crucial roles in Army’s four successive wins. He delivered decisive performances with both bat and ball, contributing to the team’s victories.

Holder emphasized the importance of having a clear mind and executing plans precisely in the T10 format. As a bowler, he has excelled by taking eight wickets in five games at an average of just 10.12 and an economy rate of 8.10 runs an over.

Looking ahead, Holder sees T10 as a good challenge that enhances his overall cricket development. He believes that as a professional cricketer, the ability to adapt to different situations and circumstances is essential for success.

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