Star Cricketer JP Duminy has announced that he will retire from ODI Cricket later this year in England after the 2019 World Cup.
The all-rounder, however, will be available for South Africa for T20Is. The all-rounder had already retired in September 2017 after 46 games from the test cricket.
“The last few months on the sidelines have given me the opportunity to re-evaluate my career in the future and to set some goals that I would like to achieve in the future,” he said of his decision.
“Making such a decision is never easy, but I also feel it is the right time to pass the baton, I can continue to play for international and domestic T20 cricket, but I also want to invest more time in my team have the privilege to live my dream with a sport that I love, and I am always grateful for the support I have received over the years from my teammates, coaches, family members, friends and fans. “
Duminy has played 193 ODIs so far – the 5047 scored an average of 37.39 – in addition to 68 wickets. The 2019 World Cup will be Duminy’s third appearance in this tournament, which was shown in 2011 on the subcontinent for South Africa and 2015 in Australia and New Zealand.
The best hit of Duminy – 150 out of 122 – came in 2013 in a unique ODI in Amstelveen against the Netherlands. In September 2016, he brought his best ODI numbers – 4 for 16 – in a one-off ODI against Ireland in Benoni
The announcement comes close to the consequences of Imran Tahir, who also announced that the mega-event in England will be his last in ODI colors.