New Delhi. New Zealand star player Ross Taylor (Ross taylor) has announced his retirement from international cricket on Thursday. He said that after the domestic summer, he will say goodbye to international cricket. His last match for New Zealand will be the 3-match ODI series against the Netherlands. Before this, 2 Test matches against Bangladesh and 3 ODIs against Australia will play. He will play the last international match of his career on 4 April in Hamilton.
Where he lives with his wife and three children. Taylor said that he would continue to play domestic cricket for the Central League. Ross Taylor will play in the last Test match against Bangladesh on 9 January at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Announcing his retirement, he wrote that after the end of the domestic summer, today I announce my retirement from my international cricket career.
There are 2 more Test matches against Bangladesh and a total of 6 ODIs against Australia and Netherlands. Thanks for the great support 17 years. It is an honor for me to represent my country.
Taylor said that now his full focus is on the preparations for the upcoming matches. Taylor made his Test debut in 207 against South Africa and scored 7 thousand 584 Test runs at an average of 44.87. In which he scored 19 centuries. In 233 ODIs, Taylor scored 8 thousand 581 runs at an average of 48.2. He has 21 centuries in International One Day Cricket. While 1909 runs were scored in 102 T20 matches. Taylor scored the winning run in the final of the World Test Championship against India in June this year.