The England and Nottinghamshire star was at the peak of his powers with a bat in his hand and it’s a real shame to cricket fans all over the world that we won’t get the chance to see the 26-year-old walk to the middle again.
Having had the pleasure of working with Taylor during my time with the England Cricket team, the batsman, and superb close-fielder, is an immaculate professional and a man whose determination helped him to achieve his dream and play for England.
Once one door closes, another one opens, so the saying goes – and this will be Taylor’s approach now and hopefully he will be involved in cricket, and pursue other interests, for many, many years to come.
Best of luck for the future, James.
Safe to say this has been the toughest week of my life! My world is upside down. But I'm here to stay and I'm battling on! #lifestooshort ??— James Taylor (@jamestaylor20) April 12, 2016
Absolutely overwhelmed with all the support I've received. You don't understand how much it means to me and how much it helps! Thank you! ??— James Taylor (@jamestaylor20) April 12, 2016
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