The word “SENA” in Cricket stands for South Africa, England, New Zealand, and Australia in the cricket world.
Asian batsman’s are mostly judged by their performances in these countries, owing to the different qualities of the pitches there.
Wickets in England provides a lot of Swing and Seam to the bowlers, whereas in small Australia, the pace and bounce can rattle the best of batsmen.
In New Zealand and South Africa have nearly opposite tracks compared to turning pitches in India, and most of the touring batsmen to these countries finds it very difficult to adjust to the weather and playing conditions.
So the SENA in Cricket stands for these four countries : South Africa, England, New Zealand, and Australia in the cricket world.