3 prominent cricketers who might announce retirement after 20-20 World Cup 2022

The 20-20 World Cup 2022 will take place in Australia. Here are the three players who might announce retirement after the tournament.

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Due to the current hectic schedule in the modern era of the game, many cricketers have been thinking of giving up on one of the formats. The thoughts have raised after Ben Stokes’ retirement from the ODI format. On the other hand, some of the modern-era greats are ageing and might not continue to play for too long.

On that note, we have come up with three prominent names who might retire from the T20I format after the 20-20 World Cup:

1) Aaron Finch:

Aaron Finch Aaron Finch might call it a time in the T20I formats after the 20-20 World Cup 2022 to be held in Australia. (Image Source: Twitter)

Aaron Finch has represented Australia in 92 T20I matches. The batter has amassed 2855 runs with 2 centuries under his belt. Finch was once considered to be a beast when it comes to T20Is. He averages 35.24 in the shortest format.

One cannot be surprised if the batter decides to put an end to the T20I format after the 20-20 World Cup 2022. The perennial tournament could be the last time he’ll be a part of the Australian T20I setup.

2) Dinesh Karthik:

Dinesh Karthik Dinesh Karthik has been in an exceptional form in the T20I format. He might also retire after the 20-20 World Cup 2022 (Image Source: Twitter)

Dinesh Karthik earned his national call-up after an exceptional performance in the Indian T20 League for the Bangalore franchise. The Indian wicket-keeper was doing commentary last year.

He has, once again, come back into the reckoning and is currently a mainstay in India's current T20 side. He has been given the role of the finisher and it will be interesting to see if he makes into India's T20 World Cup squad.  The batter has represented India in 44 T20I matches. After the 20-20 World Cup 2022, Karthik might take retirement from international cricket.

3) Kane Williamson:

Kane Williamson Kane Williamson has not been in fine touch in the T20I format of late. And he might not continue in the T20I format after the 20-20 World Cup 2022 (Image Source: Twitter)

Kane Williamson has been a part of the New Zealand squad for quite a long time now. The batter represented New Zealand in the U19 World Cup in 2008. The current New Zealand skipper, unfortunately, has not been in great form in the T20Is, of late.

Williamson's form is a huge worry for New Zealand at the moment. One shouldn't get surprised if he retires from the format to focus on the other two formats. Test Cricket has been his forte. Kane Williamson has amassed 2021 runs in the shortest format and might call it quits after the 20-20 World Cup 2022.

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