CSK Star Player Is Likely To Come Out Of International Retirement: To represent the nation is always a proud moment for any individual. So every sportsperson has a dream that once in life he may get a chance to play for the country. However, it needs lot of hard work and patience to get a chance in national side. In today’s time cricket become one of the most popular sports in the world especially in India.
As we also know that the career span of any cricketer is very less. Because cricket is the game of young and fittest players. And whenever any player gets older with time he and she has to announce the retirement from his career. For the players, it is very difficult to take the decision of retirement as their whole life was dedicated to the sport in the past.
In between some players take retirement because of the frustration or any other reason despite at the young age. But after that, they realise their mistake and again wants to play for the country because the earlier decision was in the frustration. Meanwhile, CSK players who had announced the retirement from international cricket in the past now come up with the message of taking his decision back.
CSK Star Player Is Likely To Come Out Of International Retirement
We are talking about the West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo. He has announced the retirement from international cricket earlier this year. And now he has hinted to come out of his retirement and play for his country again. Earlier, he had taken retirement because of his personal problems.
Meanwhile, West Indies national team registered their first series win in the ODI format since 2014 when they whipped Bangladesh 3-0 in the Caribbean. West Indies team has recently registered ongoing ODI series against Afghanistan by winning the first two ODIs. And currently, they are fighting with Afghanistan to whitewash the series in the final ODI match at Lucknow in India.
After this Dwayne Bravo congratulated the whole side along with skipper Pollard and head coach Phil Simmons. He also hinted to come out of international retirement to play for his country.
“Congratulations to the team. It has been five years since we have not won an ODI series and the boys have now done this. I am a former West Indies cricketer but I may soon come out of international retirement,” Bravo said to Trinidad Guardian.