Chris Gayle's Retirement To Get Rethink
New Delhi: Christopher Henry Gayle said in a conference that he would retire after the cricket world cup 2019 and later decided to play Test and ODI series after the world cup.
Gayle is now looking forward to play as long as possible he can. He could only managed to get 242 runs in this world cup and he told that he will be playing last home series against India.
Before the starting of the world cup 2019, Gayle informed everyone about his retirement from international cricket at the end of the tournament. During the press conference, Gayle came and changed his mind to play home series against India.
The 39-year-old Batsmen and part time left arm spinner is now willing to play as long as possible he can. After the actual statement of not playing after the world cup 2019, the captain Jason Holder came and said, 'Chris, if you are serious, that would be the biggest thing to have you in the dressing room' and that kind of gave me a big boost as well.
The west Indies youngers however need help and I am definitely there to help them, said Gayle.
Chris Gayle said in the conference that he is not willing to play T20s but he will be seen playing ODIs and Test series against India. It's still not the end. I still have a few games to go. May be another series to go, as well. Who knows, we will see what happens, Chris added.