Ryan ten Doeschate, the previous Netherlands all-rounder, has been roped in as Kent’s batting mentor, the club declared on Sunday (November 20). The 41-year-old, who resigned as of late from proficient cricket, will join the club from January 1, 2022
Talking about his arrangement, Ten Doeschate said, “I’m eager to be offered the chance to work with Matt Walker and the Kent crew, particularly with the gifted gathering of players that have quite recently won the Vitality Blast and will contend in Division One of next season’s LV= Insurance County Championship.
“I’m prepared to begin another section of my vocation and utilize my experience and that of a portion of the others I’ve worked with to impact and work on the players and the gathering.”
Ten Doeschate has addressed Essex in County Championship and surprisingly drove the side to two titles. He has played 57 internationals for Netherlands and furthermore played for different establishments across the world. He will fill in for previous England global Michael Yardy who functioned as the batting mentor prior to getting back to Sussex.
Paul Downton, Kent’s head of cricket, clarified the justification for ten Doeschate’s recruiting and said, “We are pleased to welcome ‘Tendo’ to the club following his new retirement as an extraordinary player. He is a demonstrated pioneer with two Championship wins under his captaincy at Essex, and he as of now has a fluctuated training CV. He will carry with him a triumphant mindset and all the experience of a fruitful playing vocation into a driven Kent changing area quick to learn.
“Similarly significant, I have almost certainly that he will fit in very well with Matt Walker, who he has played close by in his profession, and Simon Cook [bowling coach] to make a truly interesting training group at Kent.”