West Indies all rounder Dwayne Bravo has chosen to give it up from the more extended organization of the amusement.
Bravo played his last Test match against Sri Lanka in December 2010 and on Saturday chose to call it time on his Test profession through an announcement, reports CMC.
“Through the years, with the best excitement, I have tried my hardest with the profound mindfulness that I am eventually speaking to the populace of the diversion,” Bravo said in the announcement.
“I perceive that this is a troublesome time for every one of us. Our kin of the locale have seen and appreciated extraordinary cricketing days yet we won’t come back to magnificence until we consent to go ahead with our affection for the diversion and the appreciation of the overseers, players and the general population.”
Bravo’s affirmation comes weeks after he was dropped from West Indies’ World Cup squad.
The 31-year-old scored 2200 runs and got 86 wickets in 40 Tests. He additionally said that he had tasted both achievement and thrashings amid his vocation yet had likewise collected glad minutes. ”
I have encountered the invigorating delight of triumph and the annihilating agony of thrashing. The blissful memories will help me to remember what we are equipped for attaining to. I need to be a piece of that mission,” Bravo said. On the other hand, he will keep on playing both the Odis and T20s.
“I thank the cricketing clique for their help and anticipate serving you with determination and the pride of being a West Indian”, Bravo included the announcement.