T20 World Cup 2022 could possibly be last for these players in the format

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Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma

Among the best of all time best in white ball cricket and currently the leading run-getters of the format, this outing in Australia could be the last for these legends, obviously with age the factor, although you never know what might turn up.

Aaron Finch

The only world cup-winning captain on the list, Aaron Finch has just retired from ODI. Owing to his fragile form in T2OIs this could probably be his last outing with the national side aiming to retain what he earned back in 2021.

David Warner

Australian veteran and one of the best in all formats, David Warner has some fine records to his credit, besides being the best player of the tournament, the 35-year-old might say goodbye after giving his last service in this WC.

Steve Smith

Steve Smith has had a reputable outing in the game’s shortest format although couldn’t be among the best in T20Is of course with his reputation in the division, the question of him featuring in the next T20 WC seems tough.

Dawid Malan

Former World No. 1 and one of the most reputable figures in the format from England, 35-year-old Malan might be there in his last assignment in the format, since England hasn’t provided him with many tasks recent.

Shakib Al Hasan

Shakib Al Hasan, one of the best all-rounders of the game, the Bangladeshi skipper has turned 35, with age being the factor we might see him as well in his last T20 World Cup.

Dinesh Karthik

One of the finest returns to be mentioned in the history of the game. A career spanning 16 years in the format for DK has been sensational in recent times, however, this can be his last outing? You never know.

Mohammad Nabi

The explosive Afghani skipper with a great ball in hand, the veteran still holds the no. 1 spot in the T20I rankings among all-rounders, however, with age being a concern his journey in the format could be last for this WC.

Martin Guptill

Third highest run-getter in the format and among the most explosive batters around. 36-years-old ‘Marty two-toes’ could also depart with this being his last outing on the grand stage.