Indian bowler Ashish Nehra declared its decision on Thursday that he will retire from all matches following the starting T20 game against New Zealand. The matches will take place in Delhi on November 1.
“It is always great to retire when people are telling why than why not,” Nehra affirmed.
“I have addressed the group administration too the director of determination advisory group that the diversion against New Zealand has come in Delhi. So it can’t get greater than resigning before your home fans where I played my first Ranji Trophy amusement 20 years back,” he expressed.
“I always wished to retire on a high. I feel this is the right time and my decision has been welcomed,” he affirmed.
Nehra announced his judgment to chief coach Ravi Shastri and skipper Virat Kohli. The Indian team will now face off New Zealand in 3 ODIs, 3 T20 matches beginning from October 22.
Ashish Nehra asserted that he will not be taking part in the IPL matches.
The player is recognized showcasing outstanding game during England series that took place at Durban in 2003 World Cup tournament. He took 6 wickets for 23 runs during that time.
Nehra participated in the 2011 World Cup semi final match against Pakistan.