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Players Retired After T20 World Cup 2024 | Complete List

After an exciting T20 World Cup in the USA and Caribbean, several cricketers from various teams have named their retirement after the end of the team’s campaign in the tournament.

Players Retired After T20 World Cup 2024

India was crowned as the T20 World Cup champions after securing a nail-biting victory against South Africa in the finals of the 2024 edition. India ended their 13-year trophy drought winning their second title after securing the title in the inaugural edition of 2007.

After the T20 World Cup 2024, Several top international players have announced their retirement in the T20 World Cup and T20I format as well. Below is the list of players who announced retirement from T20Is after the T20 World Cup 2024.

Virat Kohli – India

One of the greatest batters in the modern era, Virat Kohli has announced his retirement in the T20I format after securing the Man of the Match award in the finals of the recently concluded T20 World Cup edition.

Kohli made his T20I debut at the age of 20 during the series against Zimbabwe and is set to end his career as the second-highest run-scorer in T20I behind his fellow player Rohit Sharma.

  • Matches Played: 125
  • Runs scored: 4188
  • Highest score: 122 runs against Afghanistan in Asia Cup 2022
  • Hundreds: 1
  • Fifties: 38

Rohit Sharma – India

The Indian skipper Rohit Sharma has become the second Indian captain to lift the T20 World Cup trophy. He announced his retirement from the T20 format during the post-match press conference after the finals.

Rohit Sharma made his T20 debut at the age of 20 against England during the T20 World Cup in 2007 but did not get a chance to bat. He was impressive during the crucial encounters against Australia and England in the T20 World Cup 2024.

  • Matches Played: 159
  • Runs Scored: 4231
  • Highest score: 121 runs vs Afghanistan in Afghanistan’s tour of India 2024.
  • Hundreds: 5
  • Fifties: 32

Ravindra Jadeja – India

Ravindra Jadeja one of India’s all-rounders, has announced his retirement from the T20 format after winning T20 World Cup 2024. Jadeja made his T20 debut on February 10, 2009, during the only T20 match against Sri Lanka held at R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.

  •  Matches Played: 74
  • Runs Scored: 515
  • Wickets taken: 54

David Warner – Australia

Australia legend David Warner has also announced his international retirement after the T20 World Cup 2024 exit in the Super 8 stage. The opener has already confirmed that the 2024 edition will be his last in his international career.

  •  Match Played: 110
  • Runs Scored: 3277
  • Highest Score: 100 runs vs Sri Lanka during Sri Lanka’s tour of Australia in September 2019
  • Hundred: 1
  • Fifties: 28

Trent Boult – New Zealand

New Zealand pacer Trent Bowler announced his retirement from International cricket after the side’s early exit in the T20 World Cup 2024 at the group stages.

Trent Boult
Trent Boult(Image: X)
  • Matches Played: 61
  • Wickets Taken: 83
  • Best Bowling Figures: 4/13 vs Sri Lanka in the T20 World Cup in 2022 in Australia.

 David Wiese – Namibia

Namibia all-rounder David Wiese announced his retirement from his international cricket career after their last match against England in the T20 World Cup 2024. He made his T20I debut in August 2013 against Sri Lanka when he played for South Africa. Wiese made his debut for Namibia in the first round of the T20 World Cup in 2021.

David Wiese
David Wiese (image: x)
  • Matches Played: 54
  • Runs scored: 624
  • Wickets taken: 59
  • Best Bowling figures: 5/23 vs West Indies on West Indies tour of South Africa in 2015.

Sybrand Engelbrecht – Netherlands

The Netherlands Sybrand Engelbrecht played his last T20I against Sri Lanka in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024. The middle-order batsman announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket. He made his T20I debut in February 2024 against Nepal during the Nepal T20I tri-series 2024.

Sybrand Engelbrecht
Sybrand Engelbrecht (image: X)
  • Matches Played: 12
  • Runs scored: 280
  • Wickets Taken: 5

Brian Masaba – Uganda

Brian Masaba has stepped down as T20I captain of Uganda‘s national cricket team and also retired from the T20 format after they exited at the T20 World Cup 2024.

  •  Matches Played: 63
  • Runs scored: 439
  • Wickets Taken: 24
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