White has made his debut as a leg-spinning all rounder but Australian Cameron White says he has lost confidence in his bowling and has transformed into a middle-order batsman. White, who made his Test debut against India in Bangalore in 2008, said he has no time to get back to bowling as he is only concentrating on polishing his batting skills. “I am not bowling much to be honest. “I am just concentrating on my batting”, White said.
The 27-year old Victorian last bowled in One-day internationals in a one-off match against Scotland in August 2009. “He has just lost a bit of confidence as a bowler to be honest. I didn’t feel as confident as probably what I should have. I haven’t bowled for a while in international cricket, that’s for sure,” he said. White, however, has no doubts about his batting ability. “I can bat anywhere from no 3 to no 6 or seven.
White has recently been appointed Australia’s Twenty 20 captain and also been a vital member of the team’s think-tank.