Thursday, February 25, 2010

Brett Lee retires from Tests


Brett Lee, the 33-year old Australian speedster, one of the fastest bowlers of the modern era, announced his retiral from Test cricket. Brett Lee started his Test career in 1999 and bagged 310 wickets in 76 test matches. Lee is the fourth highest Australian wicket-taker behind Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne and Denis Lillee.

Lee said that this is not the end of cricket in him and the retiral is to prolong his One-day cricket for Australia. He played his last test match in late 2008 against South Africa. Since then he has been suffering from various foot, ankle and side injuries.

Cricket-lovers are waiting to see Lee in ODIs soon. Hope he recovers soon.

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