From time to time, many players have revealed many secrets related to themselves. Many players have admitted that they are gay. However, many times a long time passes to expose this truth to the world. Recently a Kiwi cricketer has revealed that he is gay. Surprisingly, this cricketer accepted the fact that he was gay after 20 years of retiring.

Former New Zealand cricketer Heath Davis has admitted that he is gay. In this way, he also became New Zealand's first gay international cricketer. Heather Davis is 50 years old and lives in Australia. He played five Tests and 11 ODIs for New Zealand between 1994 and 1997. His international cricket career did not last long. But he sweated a lot in domestic cricket.

Davis said in an interview with The Spinoff Online – I felt this was a part of my life, which I was hiding. This was my personal life. That's why I was not bringing it in front of the world till now. But I felt that this aspect should also be kept in front of the times. I should not hide that I am gay. He further said – Everyone in Auckland wanted him to be gay. Everyone on the team knew this, but I didn't think it was a big issue. I just felt free.