After Australia's Aaron Finch, the vice-captain also retired, everyone surprised
Another Australian cricketer has said goodbye to international cricket after Aaron Finch announced his retirement from ODI cricket. This time, Australian women's team vice-captain Rachel Haynes has announced her retirement. Rachel Haynes, who was a member of the Commonwealth Games gold medal winning team, has announced her retirement from international cricket today.
According to reports, 35-year-old left-handed batsman Rachel Haynes has confirmed that the upcoming Women's Big Bash League will be her last domestic season. In an international career spanning over a decade, she has played 84 T20Is, 77 ODIs, and 6 Test matches.
Rachel Haynes has scored nearly 4000 runs in all formats of international cricket. He has scored 2585 runs in ODI cricket. During this, he has scored two centuries and 19 half-centuries. She has also taken 13 wickets in international cricket.