Son Of A Gun: Shivnarine's View Of Tagenarine Chanderpaul Ahead Of Australia Test Series

Tagenarine Chanderpaul locked his position in the touring side's playing XI for the first test match in Perth. Chanderpaul will most probably open the batting along with captain Kraigg Brathwaite.

About Tagenarine Chanderpaul

Tagenarine Chanderpaul's 35.55 First-class average may not jump much. However, the numbers indicate that hitters in the area are mostly pushed to begin on slow surfaces. Let's take Nkrumah Bonner as an example, who has 24 innings into his Test career, including a lifetime average of 37.47, a long way from his 28.43 average.

Tagenarine's early triumph in Australia would help his international future, plus his father Shivnarine's influence. 

According to media reports, Tagenarine admitted it won't be easy in Australia and that no team has done well here. He said that if he does well in Australia, it will help his career tremendously.

In Test cricket against Australia, Shivnarine showcased a strong record, making 1,649 runs at 49.96, including five centuries to his name. Although all five scores came at home, the left-hander was not able to convert in Australia, making five fifties at an average of 30.20.

Tagenarine Chanderpaul plays for Guyana in first-class cricket, following his father Shivnarine Chaderpaul's footsteps, as he also made his first-class debut for Guyana when he was 18.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul's Take on Tagenarine Chanderpaul

For Shivnarine Chanderpaul, his game was challenging against the best. Shivnarine said he used to love playing against Australia, particularly at the start of the year, as they push to boost your standards. He said that if you do well against them the entire year, you will do well because you play at a different level.

Regarding Tagenarine, he said that if he does well there, then it would help his career.

It's easy to see the comparisons between the two at the crease since they are both almost directly in front of the bowler and concerned more about protecting their wicket.

As per Shivnarine, his technical theories of advancing into the ball to prevent the head and eye lowering were crucial principles used as his son climbed through the ranks.

How is the Australian Team Faring?

Australia's attack is one of the best worldwide and would offer a firm position.

Mitchell Starc is merely 13 wickets away from becoming the seventh man to reach 300 in the format. Josh Hazlewood is at 215 scalps at 25.92, and Pat Cummins is just one away from 200 wickets, defeating his victims at an average of only 21.66.

Nathan Lyon backs up the pace attack behind Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath with 438.

Both the Test series is the ICC World Test Championship's part, including action in Perth and an encounter at Adelaide Oval.

What is Shivnarine Chanderpaul's take on Tagenarine's performance in Australia?  
Shivnarine Chanderpaul said that if Tagenarine does well in Australia, it will help his career tremendously. He also noted that playing against Australia tests players to their limits and can help them improve their performance.
What is Tagenarine Chanderpaul's net worth?
Tagenarine Chanderpaul's net worth is around $5 million.
Who is part of Australia's attack in Test Cricket? 
Australia's attack in Test Cricket includes Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins, and Nathan Lyon.