The 38-year-old, who’s of New Zealand-Samoan descent, retired from worldwide cricket in April after an excellent profession spanning 16 years.
Taylor’s feedback are the most recent accusation of racism in cricket.
In his autobiography “Black and White” launched on Thursday, the legendary batsman says he endured racially barbed feedback from teammates, however doesn’t specify at what stage of the sport in New Zealand.
Taylor mentioned that for many of his profession he was “an anomaly, a brown face in a vanilla line-up”.
“In some ways, dressing-room banter is the barometer,” he wrote.
“A teammate used to inform me, ‘You’re half an excellent man, Ross, however which half is nice? You don’t know what I’m referring to.’ I used to be fairly certain I did.
“Different gamers additionally needed to put up with feedback that dwelt on their ethnicity.”
He represented New Zealand in 112 Checks, scoring 7,683 runs between 2006 and 2022. He was captain of the Black Caps for 2 years till 2012.
A spokesman for New Zealand Cricket (NZC) advised AFP they’ve contacted Taylor concerning the allegations.
“NZC has reached out to Ross to debate a few of the feedback in his e book, each to higher perceive the main points of them and to supply help. These discussions are ongoing,” mentioned the spokesman.
“Ross presently sits on an NZC working group looking for to enhance the sport’s engagement with Pasifika communities and his enter is significantly valued.
“We contemplate him an necessary a part of our cricket household and are deeply upset he’s been uncovered to this kind of behaviour.
Final month, an unbiased evaluate into allegations of racism at Cricket Scotland discovered the governance and management practices of the organisation to be “institutionally racist”.
In June, Pakistan-born Azeem Rafiq mentioned his household have been subjected to “threats, assaults and intimidation” for the reason that former Yorkshire spinner made allegations of racism towards his outdated membership.
Rafiq despatched shockwaves via cricket when he mentioned he had been subjected to racial harassment and bullying throughout his time as a Yorkshire participant.