NEW DELHI (TIP): Phil Hughes’ tragic death on Thursday has left a huge void, according to Jacques Kallis, who believes the Australia and New South Wales batsman has left a legacy that will act as reminder to treat cricket with utmost respect. In a touching tribute published on the Cricket Australia website, the retired South African allrounder recalled his first-hand impression of watching Hughes bat. “Everything in the cricket world has been put into perspective by the death of Philip Hughes and nothing else feels very important at the moment. Like hundreds of thousands who support and follow the game, my thoughts are also with his family,” wrote Kallis. “It may be true that, as batsmen, we know and understand the risks we take in facing fast bowling but that is no consolation when someone loses their life. It is not something we are accustomed to in cricket and that makes it even harder to come to terms with. “Like millions of other people I will never forget the name ‘Phillip Hughes’, and neither will the game as a whole.