In the game of cricket, it is not easy for every player to perform well in all three formats. There is a lot of pressure on the players, due to which many times players retire from one format of cricket and focus on other formats. Today we are going to tell you about those players of world cricket who can announce their retirement from cricket soon.
New Zealand's best fast bowler Trent Boult has been bowling in all three formats of cricket for a long time and he also plays in the IPL. Trent Boult is 33 years old and he may retire from Test cricket in the coming times.
Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan is Bangladesh's best all-rounder player who has been playing in all three formats of cricket for the last 15 years. Apart from this, he also plays in cricket leagues around the world. Bangladesh Cricket Board is not sure about awarding Test contracts in the future. In such a situation, he may announce his retirement from Test cricket in the coming time.
Kane Williamson is the mainstay of New Zealand's batting in all three formats. He has done very well as a captain in the last few years. He has been battling an elbow injury for some time now. In such a situation, he may announce his retirement from the T20 format in the coming time.
Australia's best opener Steve Smith has been serving in all three formats of cricket for more than a decade. Steve Smith started his international career as a leg-spinner in 2010. Steve Smith emerged as a Test batsman. His performance in ODI and Test cricket is very good. But he could not do anything special in T20 and he may announce his retirement from T20 cricket in the coming time.
Former Indian captain and middle-order batsman Virat Kohli has performed exceptionally well in all three formats. But for the past few years, his bat has been silent. In such a situation, it may be that in the coming times, Virat Kohli should retire from T20 cricket and focus on ODI and Test cricket.