Fans will return for Test cricket in the Caribbean if you put the best team on the park: Carl Hooper | Cricket News

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Carl Hooper was the first cricketer to reach the unique treble of 5000 runs, 100 wickets and 100 catches in both Tests and ODIs.

The former West Indies captain, known for his grace with the bat, now lives with his family in Australia and runs a restaurant chain. He is in India commentating on the tour by West Indies for a radio station and took his time to speak with TOI about his personal life, Caribbean cricket and India in general.

Is this your first stint as a commentator?

Yes, this is the first time. I am coming back to India after 16 years. [2002 was the last time Hooper toured India with the Windes team]. I was curious to know how India had changed over the years.

What changes have you noticed in India?

When I came here first in 1987, all these big five-star…

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