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Kyle Jamieson’s father always knew his son would be famous

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Kyle Jamieson’s father always knew his son would be famous

Maturing, the interest and gazes made New Zealand’s 6 ″ 8 ′ speed experience Kyle Jamieson feel uncomfortable however his father Michael was never ever too anxious as he knew his enforcing son would be famous for his accomplishments.

The 25- year-old has actually made rather a start in attempting to measure up to his father’s forecast, scalping the peerless Virat Kohli and the dogged Cheteshwar Pujara on the opening day of his Test profession– the first game versus India here.

“His towering height was a reason of curiosity for his peers even when he was at school and he used to feel awkward as to why people would just stare at him,” a smiling Michael Jamieson remembered about his son.

“I simply told Kyle that if they are staring at you, one day you will certainly become famous,” he stated with his smile developing into laughter.

Jamieson senior savoured every minute of his son’s unforgettable Test debut versus India in which he snared 3/38 on the first day.

“Getting Virat Kohli and a player of Cheteshwar Pujara’s calibre out, it doesn’t get better,” stated Michael while speaking with PTI here.

Outfitted in grey shorts and a navy blue Tee shirts, the mechanical engineer from Auckland barely stuck out amongst fans as he arrived at Friday to be on time for his son’s Test debut.

“My wife Sheryl missed out today. I am lucky. I hope he has a long career for New Zealand. What I have loved about him is his ability to give 100 per cent. He played basketball as well but at 17, he decided to become a professional cricketer,” the proud father stated.

“He told me that he wanted to give it a try and even if he isn’t successful, he could have got back to academics. He has a bachelor’s degree in commerce with specialisation in Supply Chains Management. But then, academics is an option to fall back on if he didn’t make it as a cricketer.”

So did Jamieson junior get any ideas from his old male?

“Nothing from him this morning, he was actually on a flight so I didn’t get any words of wisdom. Special for him to be here as he’s had such a massive influence on my career growing up and when I started,” Kyle stated.

When asked about Michael’s existence,

“I am sure I’ll have a conversation with him tonight,” he added after end of day’s play.

“I am the one sitting here but it’s as much their journey as mine. I am sure he’s pretty proud and I am certainly very lucky to have him here,” the all-rounder stated and one might notice the feeling in his tone.

The father stated that throughout their yard cricket, it was always he who batted and the son bowled.

“I still play cricket. During our backyard matches, I used to bat and he would bowl.”

Jamieson had actually put his name up for IPL however went unsold at the auctions and his international debut occurred less than 2 months later on.

“He took 6/7 in a T20 game between Auckland and Canterbury and we had then thought that IPL franchise talent spotters may be looking at him. But it didn’t happen this time. May be next year,” stated Jamieson senior as he treked back into the ‘Long Room’.

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