Tim Bresnan introduced his retirement from cricket.© Twitter
Former England all-rounder Tim Bresnan has introduced his retirement from cricket, his County Membership Warwickshire Cricket confirmed on Monday. The 36-year-old had acquired his Warwickshire Cap in April final 12 months and the participant grew to become a key a part of the workforce by key contributions with bat and ball. “This has been an extremely powerful choice, however after returning to winter coaching I really feel that that is the appropriate time. I’ve continued to work laborious all through the low season to arrange for my twenty first skilled 12 months, however deep down I really feel I am unable to attain the excessive requirements that I set myself and my teammates,” Bresnan mentioned in a press release as per Warwickshire County Cricket Membership (WCCC).
“The starvation and enthusiasm that I’ve for the sport I really like won’t ever depart me, however while my head is prepared to deal with the 2022 season, my physique is just not.
“I’ll all the time look again at my profession with immense pleasure and it has been an absolute honour to symbolize Warwickshire, my dwelling county and nation. Rising up I by no means would have believed how fortunate I used to be to play with and in opposition to among the best cricketers to grace the sport,” he added.
As per Warwickshire Cricket, throughout his First-Class profession, Bresnan scored 7,138 runs and picked 575 wickets with seven centuries and 9 five-wicket hauls.
“I am excited for my subsequent chapter and am decided to throw every little thing into it, like I did on the cricket subject for thus a few years,” mentioned Bresnan.
Bresnan was additionally a part of the England facet that secured the 2010 World Twenty20 trophy for the primary time.
On the worldwide stage, the right-hander went on to symbolize England in 142 matches, together with 23 Exams, forming a part of the workforce that received the 2010/11 Ashes in Australia and went to the highest of the Take a look at rankings in 2011.
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