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Adam Gilchrist Quotes

    Losing the Ashes was intense and emotional. My personal lack of results and contribution through that series played havoc in my mind.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    That ’05 Ashes and where that then took me personally for the next 12-18 months was the toughest point of my career.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    I have no desire to keep playing international Test cricket, and not a day has gone by that I’ve regretted retiring.
    -Adam Gilchrist

    I have no desire to be a politician. The role of chairman is not a politically aligned role, although it’s all based in Canberra so I’m over there a lot.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    I still love cricket and being involved. That ranges from commentating on Big Bash cricket to coaching my sons under-15 team.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    I have a business that, funnily enough, has an Indian link – we grow Indian sandalwood in plantations and export the timber and oil overseas.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    The Olympics are an emotional roller-coaster. You cant be too disappointed with results because things dont always go your way.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    Ive brought my family many times to India during the IPL. Weve visited all the big cities but my personal favourite is Dharamshala; the mountains are a contrast to the hustle and bustle of the cities.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    Anyone would be naive to think people were not aware with what was going on about ball maintenance. I dont think Cricket Australia wanted to go there. They did not want to go any deeper than that superficial example of ball-tampering.
    -Adam Gilchrist

    I didnt see a lot of Alan Knott but from what I have seen of footage, he must have been amazing. Jack Russell just had beautiful hands. Class. But I cannot imagine anyone doing anything better than Ian Healy.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    I think I could have adapted to left-handed golf better to right-handed batting.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    People might think I am hypocritical because clearly my batting gave me an opportunity, certainly in the one-day team. I still always placed most importance on my wicketkeeping.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    I am not too fussed by anything because I am comfortable with where and how I played the game.
    -Adam Gilchrist
    I suppose that’s the way I have always thought about it. Just try to hit the ball. That’s what the game’s about.
    -Adam Gilchrist

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