The left-hand batter has featured in 70 worldwide matches for the Netherlands, since making his debut again in 2013 towards Canada in an ODI match.
“Right now, I announce my retirement from worldwide cricket,” Cooper posted on Twitter. “It has been an absolute honour and privilege to don the oranges and signify the Netherlands for the final eight years. “It has been a time stuffed with superb highs, particular moments and difficult lows. There’s nothing I’d change about it and can look again at my time with very fond reminiscences.”
Because of everybody who’s supported me all through my journey with @KNCBcricket it’s been unreal but it surely’s time for me… https://t.co/4JwSKBEMG2
— Ben N Cooper (@bencooper_32) 1643438711000
“@kncbcricket thanks for the chance to reside out a childhood dream. To my Netherlands teammates and coaches (previous and current) I thanks all for the superb reminiscences and could not ask for higher folks to share the sector and alter rooms with. I’ve little doubt the present squad and expertise coming by way of will proceed to realize nice issues for Dutch cricket,” he added.
Cooper, who’s the Netherlands’ prime run-scorer for the nation within the shortest format of the sport has scored 1,239 runs from 58 T20I matches. His common in T20Is is 28.16 and has a strike price of 124.77.
In ODIs, Cooper featured in 13 matches and scored 187 runs with a median of 18.7 and a strike price of 90.4.
His final sport was on the T20 World Cup within the UAE, the place the Netherlands did not qualify for the Tremendous 12s final 12 months.