I used to be… I'm not now. A couple of bad decisions made me change my mind on that.
The one you don't like doing is being appointed as the coach's or physio's assistant. That entails a lot of running around.
Kyle Mills and Brendon McCullum like to have a bet normally. I'm not much of a gambler. I've given it a go, but I'm not really good. I would rather not say the most I've bet.
Yes, I enjoy cooking. In fact, I write my recipes down.
I love red.
The price! Just joking… obviously the taste and the smell.
I still haven't opened it: a 1984 Penfolds Grange.
I used to speak it fluently when I was growing up, but after moving to a boarding school I lost touch. I understand most of it, but I'm no more as good as I used to be at speaking it anymore.
A lot of people don't know my full name is Luteru Ross Poutoa Lote Taylor.
He has been both complimentary and precise at the same time. I enjoy that side of Martin, and other guys who can be straight upfront.
"Taylor-made" has become a bit of a cliché now. Anything on the lines of "Why is Taylor in the team?" is never good!
I always wanted to get Sachin's. I finally did at the end of the home Test series recently. We were both in each other's change rooms and I went up to him and asked for his autograph and he kindly obliged and gifted me one of his shirts.
During this one first-class match in England in 2008 I got hit one evening and got hit again the next morning and broke my box. It was painful. I threw the box on to the field and the crowd had a laugh. Since I didn't have a spare box I borrowed Aaron Redmond's and completed my innings. I still don't have a spare box in my kitbag.
To break windows… nah, I don't know, really.
I'm very untidy person. My room's always messy.
A chicken farmer.
Nagraj Gollapudi is an assistant editor at Cricinfo