Windies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo introduced the curtains down on his 14-year world occupation via saying his retirement from all codecs of the sport. Alternatively, the 35-year-old will proceed to play T20 franchise cricket all over the world. Bravo, who made his debut for the Windies in 2004, performed 40 Assessments, 164 one-day internationals (ODI) and 66 Twenty20 internationals (T20I). However he made his closing world look for the Windies greater than two years in the past, a T20I fit towards Pakistan in Abu Dhabi.
Bravo closing performed an ODI in October 2014 and has now not made an look for the Windies in Take a look at cricket since December 2010.
“As of late I wish to verify to the cricket global that I’ve formally retired from world cricket in all codecs of the sport. After 14 years once I made my debut for the West Indies, I nonetheless needless to say second I won the maroon cap sooner than strolling onto the Lords Cricket Flooring towards England in July 2004. The passion and fervour I felt then, I’ve stored with me all the way through my occupation,” Bravo mentioned in a media commentary.
“Alternatively, I should settle for that for me to maintain my longevity as a certified cricketer, I should do as others sooner than have completed, depart the world enviornment for the following era of gamers.”
“I thank the numerous individuals who have been instrumental to my good fortune, in particular my circle of relatives and QPCC the place I advanced my abilities at an early age,” Bravo mentioned. “I thank the numerous dependable lovers who proceed to strengthen my adventure and who acknowledge my efforts off and on the sector. I’m extraordinarily lucky to have a occupation that has taken me around the globe into probably the most prestigious dressing rooms sharing studies with all of the fresh legends of this wonderful recreation. I can proceed my skilled occupation as a cricketer and entertainer residing as a real champion.”
Bravo was once captain of the Windies workforce that dramatically returned house mid-way all through the collection in India in protest towards their board. That was once the closing time Bravo playd an ODI for the Windies.
He ends his occupation with 2,200 runs and 86 wickets in Assessments; 2,968 ODI runs and 199 wickets; and 1,142 runs and 52 wickets in T20I cricket.
Following his troubles with the Windies board, the all-rounder over time turned into a mainstay for many groups in home franchise T20 tournaments just like the Indian Premier League (IPL).
His talent with the ball, athletic fielding and unorthodox batting made him a much-sought after participant for T20 groups all over the world.