3 years ago
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Dwayne Bravo,West Indies allrounder has called time on his Test cricket. but , Bravo decide to continue representing the shorter formats overs games,Bravo last Test played December 2010 against Sri Lanka, after Bravo lost the ODI captaincy and his decision comes to Jason Holder and the one-day side for the tour of South Africa and the World Cup axed.
Last year, tour of India under Bravo's leadership West Indies had pulled out payment dispute players and board association. chairman of selectors had said there was no axe to grind and victimization from his lawyer, against South Africa Bravo was picked Twenty-20 internationals central contract by the board.
At the time of retirement, for West Indies cricket was a "difficult time" Bravo said.
"Today Bravo announcing retirement from Test career. I have already informed WICB of decision and indicated to represent limited overs game.
"Bravo recognise this is a difficult time for West Indies. great cricketing days will not return to glory until we forward love for the game and respect players, administrators, and public. happy memories will remind me.
" Bravo thank the cricketing fraternity support and look forward serving determination and being West Indian feel pride
Bravo 2200 runs in 40 Tests and average 31.42, 3 centuries, 86 wickets picked up.
Bravo, leading allrounders in ODI world cricket, Bravo couldn't pretty create the similar impact in the longer format.