Trescothick comes to Tait's rescue

Updated: 01 February 2008 06:35 IST

Shaun Tait who announced his that he was taking an indefinite break from cricket on Tuesday, is turning to Marcus Trescothick for advice.

Trescothick comes to Tait's rescue

New Delhi:

It's not often an Aussie turns to an Englishman for help, but that's exactly what Shaun Tait is doing.

The 24-year-old speedster, who announced his that he was taking an indefinite break from cricket on Tuesday, is turning to Marcus Trescothick for advice.

Tait will be talking to Trescothick about the former English batsman's stress related illness that has kept him out of international cricket since September 2006.

Tait has also received support from former Australian batsman Darren Lehmann, whose advice to Tait is to get back to basics and living life.

Tait has stepped away from cricket after a steady decline in form since his World Cup effort where he took 23 wickets.

Topics : Cricket Shaun Tait
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