10 Cricketers who announced retirement in 2023

By Sidhant Maheshwari
Published on | Dec 28, 2023

Murali Vijay

In January this year, former Indian opener Murali Vijay, who represented India in all 3 formats, featuring in 61 Tests, bid adieu to int'l cricket.

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Hashim Amla

At 39 years of age, South African legend Hashim Amla, called time on his career in January as well.

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Stuart Broad

After representing England in 167 Tests, 121 ODIs and 56 T20Is, pacer Stuart Broad retired after devoting 17 years to international cricket.

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Moeen Ali

All-rounder Moeen Ali, who returned from Test retirement for the Ashes, announced he's not going to play the longest format anymore.

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Aaron Finch

The Aussie opener, who captained Australia to the 2022 T20 World Cup triumph, announced his int'l retirement in February.

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Ambati Rayudu

After winning IPL 2023 with the Chennai Super Kings, Indian batter Ambati Rayudu retired from all forms of cricket.

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Alex Hales

England opener who was part of the 2022 T20 World Cup-winning side, announced retirement from international cricket in August.

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Joginder Sharma

India's hero in the final over of the 2007 T20 World Cup final, Joginder Sharma, also announced his retirement from all forms earlier in 2023.

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David Willey

English all-rounder David Willey also stepped away from international cricket following the conclusion of the Cricket World Cup in India.

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Dwaine Pretorius

The South African all-rounder decided to focus only on franchise cricket by announcing his international retirement.

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