West Indies coach Stuart Law said he was proud of his players after achieving a Test series win in Zimbabwe and has urged the selectors not to make wholesale changes to the squad.
Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer said it was disappointing to lose the Test series against the West Indies but credited his team for the fight they showed to salvage a draw in the final Test.
Zimbabwe fought hard to earn a draw from the second Test against the West Indies in Bulawayo starting the day four down and still trailing by two runs.
An extraordinary unbeaten partnership of 144 between Shane Dowrich and Jason Holder not only rescued the West Indies from a precarious position at 230/7 but has put them in the pound seats in Bulawayo.
A most intriguing contest is underway at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, where the West Indies are 78/1, 248 runs behind Zimbabwe's first innings' effort of 326 all out, at stumps on day two.
Hamilton Masakdza scored an unbeaten century as Zimbabwe ended a rain-hit first day of the second Test against the West Indies on 169/4 in Bulawayo on Sunday.
After falling to a 117-run defeat in the first Test against the West Indies in Bulawayo on Tuesday, Zimbabwe coach Heath Streak believes his team will be better if they play more Test matches.
West Indies spinner Devendra Bishoo knew he would play a big part in the first Test against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo after watching the home team's slow-bowlers dominate on day one.
Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer blamed his team's first innings batting for their 117-run defeat against the West Indies in the first Test in Bulawayo on Tuesday.
Zimbabwe slumped to 316 all out in the final session on the fourth day to give West Indies a 117-run victory in the first Test in Bulawayo on Tuesday.