Corey Anderson © Getty Images
Corey Anderson holds the record of fastest ODI century © Getty Images


Wellington: Jan 4, 2014


Young New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson has indicated his desire to play in the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL), saying that the Twenty20 event is ”another chance to impress”.


Anderson made headlines around the world with his remarkable unbeaten 131 against West Indies in Queenstown on Wednesday, which included a 36-ball century, the fastest in any cricket international.


According to, Anderson expressed pleasure at West Indian ODI skipper Dwayne Bravo’s statement that Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming should sign him up, and said that he needs to keep working on what he is doing in order to impress in the upcoming IPL and the World T20.


However, Anderson also said that he has not really thought about entering the IPL at this point, adding that he is taking everything in his stride and focusing on the upcoming series that New Zealand has in the following months.