One player from Top 10 T20I nations who could retire after the 2024 T20 World Cup

Usually, an ICC event would mark the end of the careers of a few players. It would be the same in the upcoming 2024 T20 World Cup, as well. On that note, here, we take a look at the list of one player from the Top 10 T20I nations who could retire after the 2024 T20 World Cup.

India – Rohit Sharma

At least from the T20I format, it would not be a surprise if Rohit Sharma hangs up his boots. He has not been doing well and there are many youngsters coming through. Rohit could focus on the ODI and the Test format in the coming years.

Australia – David Warner

David Warner has already given sufficient hints that the 2024 T20 World Cup will be his final ICC tournament. Australia has some fine talents who can do well at the top of the order. Therefore, Warner could retire after the upcoming World Cup.


England – Moeen Ali

Moeen Ali is someone who has a presence in various T20 leagues across the globe. He could retire after the World Cup to place his complete focus on these tournaments. Also, England has some good all-rounders in the setup who can replace him easily.

South Africa – Quinton de Kock

Quinton de Kock has already retired from the ODI format. A few years ago, he also retired from Tests. Yes, he has the age to continue his trade in the T20I format but it would not be a surprise if QDK quits T20Is, as well. He might focus more on prolonging his franchise career.

New Zealand – Trent Boult

One of Tim Southee or Trent Boult is likely to retire from the T20I format after the World Cup. It could be Boult because he has always been looking at a long franchise career.


West Indies – Andre Russell

Andre Russell finally made a return to the West Indies setup a few months ago. However, after the World Cup, he could retire. He is getting old and injuries have always troubled him. Therefore, Russell could try to manage his workload in the coming years.

Pakistan – Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir recently withdrew his retirement to be available for the 2024 T20 World Cup. However, he could retire after the event. For Pakistan, many young bowlers are already available. Pakistan must also look at the future. Hence, Amir might retire.

Sri Lanka – Angelo Mathews

Angelo Mathews is a part of the T20 World Cup squad for Sri Lanka. The veteran all-rounder, though, could retire, mainly considering his age and the fact that he needs to focus more on the other formats.


Bangladesh – Shakib Al Hasan

Shakib Al Hasan has been a good performer in the T20 World Cup history. For him and Bangladesh, Shakib has to be at his best in the ODI and Test formats. Therefore, to manage his workload, Shakib could announce his retirement from the T20I format.

Afghanistan – Mohammad Nabi

Nabi is in the final few years of his career. The 2026 T20 World Cup could be too far for him, considering his age. Hence, he could retire from the T20I format after the end of the World Cup in the West Indies and the USA.


Nesara V Jagannatha

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