Pakistan allrounder Mohammad Hafeez will retire from Test cricket after the ongoing third game against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi. The 38-year old informed the selectors about his decision, stating that he wants to focus and prolong his career in white-ball cricket.
Former Indian stylish batsman VVS Laxman has cleared the air of MS Dhoni playing a part in his retirement. Laxman didn’t have the best of Australia tours in 2011 as he only scored 155 runs in the four Test matches at an
Ambati Rayudu, on Saturday, retired from first-class cricket to focus on shorter formats, the Hyderabad Cricket Association confirmed. The release from the state association makes it clear that Rayudu would continue to ply his trade in international and domestic matches of shorter formats,
Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali, on Thursday, announced his retirement from One-Day Internationals. The right-handed batsman announced his decision in a press conference at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. The 33-year old said that he did not take the decision in a rush and
Dwayne Bravo, on Wednesday, announced his retirement from international cricket, thus ending his 14-year journey with West Indies. Dwayne Bravo will not be seen in a West Indies jersey again as he brought down curtains on his international career that began way
Six years after last donning the India jersey, Praveen Kumar has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. In his prime, Praveen Kumar was one of the most sought after bowlers in the world. Fondly called ‘jaadugar (magician)’ for his ability to
Niall O’Brien, the Ireland wicketkeeper-batsman, brought down curtains on his career across formats on Friday (October 12). One of the best players to have donned the Irish jersey, O’Brien served Ireland for 16 years with utmost aplomb. He retires as Ireland’s most successful
Indian hockey stalwart Sardar Singh, on Wednesday (September 12), announced his retirement from international hockey. Thus the former India skipper brought an end to his glorious 12-year career. Sardar revealed he took the decision after India’s disappointing campaign in he Asian Games.
The veteran Indian pacer Jhulan Goswami has decided to call time on her T20I career. Goswami played 68 T20Is for Team India in which she scalped 56 wickets. She also led India in ten T20I matches in which India won eight matches.
Mitchell Johnson, the fiery fast bowler from Australia, has announced his retirement from all forms of the game. Johnson admitted the fact that his body was starting to shut down. Thus, the southpaw pacer will not continue In the T20 circuit. In