Top 18 Quotes & Sayings by Chris Gayle

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Chris Gayle

Christopher Henry Gayle, OD is a Jamaican cricketer who is playing international cricket for the West Indies from 1999. A destructive batter, Gayle is widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen to have played Twenty20 cricket, and by some as the best ever. He played a crucial role in the West Indies teams that won 2004 ICC Champions Trophy, 2012 ICC World Twenty20 and 2016 ICC World Twenty20.

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Now T20 is different. It's not Test cricket. It's chilled and fun and let's do things different.
That's how life is. All eyes on you, and all things point to you. Once things don't go well, fingers going to point.
Even in Jamaica, your own country, coming into youth cricket you need to be from an upscale high school or have a light skin. As you get older you get used to the culture. My club, Lucas Cricket Club, was the only one to accept black people back in the day.
It is always honour to captain the West Indies. — © Chris Gayle
It is always honour to captain the West Indies.
I have travelled the globe and experienced racial remarks towards me because I am black, believe me, the list goes on.
As West Indians we have always been disrespected. As soon as we fight back they make it look like we are the bad one in the media. We've experienced these things over the years. So it's no surprise.
I am committed to whatever cricket I play. Once I step across the line I am 100 percent committed - it doesn't matter what kind of cricket we play.
Racism is not only in football, it's in cricket too. Even within teams as a black man, I get the end of the stick. Black and powerful. Black and proud.
How can you disrespect the West Indies when we were so dominant in world cricket for so long? We have to face it ourselves because our own board don't defend us.
I didn't want to be captain, I wanted to have more free time. I didn't want that added pressure at that particular time, but they actually insist, insist, insist, so I said OK. So I thought, just get on with it.
You start off slowly, getting 'better and 'better, getting that confidence in yourself. It brought that out of me which I had inside but, you know, didn't want to express it - but as a captain you have to.
I'm disappointed people don't recognise what I did in Test cricket. For an opening batsman to get two triple centuries? A lot of greats haven't got one.
Black lives matter just like any other life.
They say that a martini is like a woman's breast. One ain't enough and three is too many.
I can hit Shahid Afridi six sixes in an over but i know when he is going to hit 6 sixes in my over then the response of the crowd is something different. He is among top 5 dangerous players in current Cricket. I place my self at 6
AB de Villiers reminds me of my young days, What a Player!
Dravid Could play attacking cricket like me but i could never play like him
I'm jealous of my parents. I'll never have a kid as cool as theirs. — © Chris Gayle
I'm jealous of my parents. I'll never have a kid as cool as theirs.
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