Frustrated Zampa questions selectors
Adam Zampa’s omission from the second T20 international against England has left the leg spinner feeling sour.
25 year old Zampa told the media that he was unhappy with the current uncertainty surrounding his place in the team and with the selectors reluctance to include two specialist spinners.
“That’s one of the questions that I asked (selectors) the other night,” he said on Friday.
“A lot of countries around the world are opting for two wrist-spinners, let alone no wrist-spinners.
“It’s just the grounds and the situations we’ve got ourselves in probably that make it a little bit different in Australia.
“I think wrist spin is definitely the way forward in particular and even two or three spinners in a team.”
Zampa was sidelined during the second fixture and watched on as left arm orthodox bowler Ashton Agar (2-15) and part time offie Glen Maxwell (3-10) made contributions with the ball.
“We saw the other night that it was the two spinners that changed the game for us so I think definitely having a wrist-spinner that can spin it both ways is always good to have in your team.”
It is uncertain whether or not Zampa will be recalled for the third match of the series.
“Coming up to the MCG where I do play my Big Bash, hopefully I’ll come into consideration.”