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West Indies Dwayne Bravo announced his retirement from Tests

West Indies Dwayne Bravo announced his retirement from Tests
West Indies all rounder Dwayne Bravo has announced his retirement from Test. Bravo played his last Test match against Sri Lanka in December 2010, Bravo said that he had already informed the West Indies team about his decision. "Over the years, with the greatest enthusiasm, I have done my best to the team, with deep awareness that I am ultimately representing the people of the game," Bravo said. "I know that this is a difficult time for all. Our people have seen and enjoyed great cricketing days. We agree to go forward with their love for the sport and respect every administrator, players and the public."Bravo has scored 2200 runs and took 86 wickets in 40 Tests, said he had tasted both ups and downs during his career with joyous moments. "I thank the cricketing fraternity for their support for me and looking forward to serve you with the pride of being a West Indian", Bravo added. Bravo was not selected for the upcoming cricket world cup 2015 in Australia and New Zealand.

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