Player's who may retire from shortest-format after T20 World Cup 2022
Virat Kohli has been playing all forms of cricket, and he will most likely be quitting the shortest format to make way for youngsters and focus more on tests and ODI
Aaron Finch, the 35-year-old may call time on his T20I career to give proper chance to the youngsters
Fitness has been one of the biggest headaches of India’s full-time skipper Rohit Sharma. We might see Sharma retire from this format which he bosses, in order to prolong his international career.
The Afghanistan captain, Mohammad Nabi could be very prone to announce his retirement from T20Is after the T20 World Cup 2022. Nabi would possibly depart his spot and provides the others an opportunity
Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is ageing like a fine wine. Ashwin might hang his T20I boots and help the youngsters take charge after the T20 World Cup 2022.
Kiwi international Martin Guptill is one of the greatest names in the T20 format. With the ODI World Cup schelduled to happen next year, Guptill might retire from T20Is
Talismanic pacer Mohammad Shami has by far been one of the best Indian pacers of this generation. Shami who has been in stand-by for T20 World Cup 2022 might retire from this format as well