HomeCricketNewsDenesh Ramdin Announced Retirement from All-forms of Cricket

Denesh Ramdin Announced Retirement from All-forms of Cricket

Denesh Ramdin Retirement: Former West Indies skipper and wicketkeeper-batter Denesh Ramdin announced his retirement from international cricket on July 18, 2022. Denesh Ramdin however confirms that he will continue to play franchise cricket.

Denesh Ramdin Announced Retirement

The 1985-born Trinidadian cricketer made both his Test and One Day International debut against Sri Lanka and India respectively in July 2005. He holds the record for the highest score by a West Indies wicket-keeper in ODIs with 169 as well as the second-highest in Tests with 166

“It is with great pleasure that I announce my retirement from international cricket,” Ramdin wrote on Instagram. READ: Eoin Morgan Announced International Retirement

“The past 14 years have been a dream come true. I fulfilled my childhood dreams by playing cricket for Trinidad and Tobago and the West Indies. My career afforded me the opportunity to see the world, make friends from different cultures and still be able to appreciate where I came from.

“Even though I am announcing my retirement from international cricket, I am not retiring from professional cricket. I will still be playing franchise cricket around the world…” Ramdin added.

In May 2014, he was rewarded with the Test captaincy as West Indies decided to replace Darren Sammy, but was replaced by Jason Holder in 2015.

“I take this opportunity to thank everyone who made an impact on my 14-year career, particularly my family, my beautiful wife Janelle, and our kids for all the sacrifices you had to make for me to be away for long periods of time during my international career,” Ramdin concluded.

Denesh Ramdin have featured in 74 Tests, 139 ODIs and scored 2898 and 2200 runs respectively.

Times of Sports
Times of Sports
A Leading Sports News Channel For All The Exclusive Sports Updates Across Globe.

Must Read