'Scoring a century was the be all and end all'
Jean-Paul Duminy is currently enjoying a rich vein of form, having struck two successive SuperSport Series centuries, and is a regular fixture in the South African one-day team. Life, however, has not always been this simple for the stylish left-hander finds out Zaahier Adams in an interview for the Independent Online.
There were always going to be doubts. It was one of the biggest challenges I faced, to see how I would come back after that disappointment. My confidence was shot. I didn't know if I was coming or going. I actually went back to the national academy the next year, where they asked me what I wanted to get out of my time at the academy. I said I just wanted to enjoy the game again.