Bravo considers himself more useful as a bowler than with the bat and is aiming at reaching, at least the semi-final stage at the World T20.
West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo feels he is more useful to the team as a bowler rather than with the bat and is hopeful that his side can emulate the 2012 World T20 success in the 2016 edition.
The 32-year-old said that the T20 warm-up victory over Australia on Sunday has boosted the team morale considerably and is confident that West Indies can reach at least the semi-final stage of the tournament.
Bravo, considered one of the best death bowlers, especially in the T20 format, as he has shown time and time again with his performances for the Chennai Super Kings franchise in the IPL, said that variations were the key to his success as a bowler.
“I focus on my bowling a lot because most teams that I play for in T20 cricket rely on my bowling. Yes, my batting is important but they (the teams) rely on my bowling in the tough times and in death overs. Variation is key for my success. as a bowler.” Bravo said, as quoted by the Times of India.