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Jason Holder of West Indies during a press conference at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton, United Kingdom, June 13, 2019.

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Test captain Jason Holder has accused “mental fatigue” as an additional reason for his decision not to visit Bangladesh, but said his commitment to West Indies cricket has been steadfast after being criticized for dropping out of the ongoing international series .

The world-famous all-rounder took West Indies on historic tours to England and New Zealand amid the raging COVID-19 pandemic, but was one of 10 players to cancel the Bangladesh Series tour via the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). described as “COVID-related concerns or personal fears”.

However, it was Holder’s decision to participate in the Australia Big Bash last December, but then refuse to travel to Bangladesh from January, which has been criticized from some quarters.

He stated that his reason for not going to Bangladesh was apparently because he had concerns about the integrity of the bladder, but more so, it was just mental fatigue.

“I was on the road for six months, after touring New Zealand it was a pretty tough tour that was also mentally draining and I was not only tired physically but mentally tired,” he recently told Starcom Radio’s Mason and Guest show .

Holder said he wasn’t sure he could survive and deal with another blister that basically had been on the road for seven months.

He is currently in Antigua with Barbados Pride for the CWI regional Super50 Cup tournament that was played this week.