Cricket World Cup: 2 Indian Legends might retire after ICC World Cup 2023

The ICC World Cup 2023 could be the last chance to witness some of the sport’s top players compete in their final ODI ICC event. in this article we will see 5 players who might retire after ICC World Cup 2023.

5. Ben Stokes: who played a key role in England’s dramatic 2019 World Cup final victory, could retire from one-day internationals after the ICC World Cup 2023. Knowing how much of an impact Ben Stokes can have with his all-round abilities, the England Cricket Board (ECB) has asked Stokes to reconsider his ODI retirement plan for the World Cup. His exceptional abilities as an all-arounder make him a valued asset.

4. David Warner: Australia’s David Warner, one of the most successful left-handed batsman in white-ball history, hinted ahead of the ICC World Cup 2023 that he might be thinking about the next stage of his cricketing career. Warner intimated earlier this year that he would retire after the World Cup. The Southpaw contributed heavily to Australia’s World Cup campaigns in 2015 and 2019. Warner was Australia’s leading run-scorer in the 2019 World Cup.

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3. Shakib Al Hasan: Bangladesh cricket skipper Shakib Al Hasan has stated that he may retire after the World Cup in 2023. Shakib’s fifth ODI World Cup will take place this year.  He has already competed in the World Cups in 2007, 2011, 2015, and 2019.

2. Ravichandran Ashwin: Ashwin was called up at the last minute to India’s ICC World Cup squad for the 2023 tournament. His inclusion was possible because Axar Patel is still recovering from an injury received during the Asia Cup 2023 tournament. The selection of Ashwin over Yuzvendra Chahal aroused many eyebrows. Despite not being an integral part of India’s ODI squad, the seasoned off-spinner has extensive experience playing in big ICC events. Ashwin has previously been a member of India’s World Cup rosters in 2011 and 2015, but did not make the 2019 squad.

Before India’s warm-up match against England on Saturday (September 30), Ashwin intimated that this may be his final World Cup, implying that he may retire from World Cup cricket after this tournament.

1. Rohit Sharma: Veteran India opener Rohit Sharma has been a key player in the Indian top order for more than a decade. Due to a lack of form, the veteran was not selected for India’s ICC World Cup team in 2011. He did, however, earn a place on the 2015 World Cup roster as a player. In the 2019 edition of the event, Rohit was named team India’s vice-captain, and he finished as the tournament’s leading run-scorer, demonstrating his batting prowess.

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