Dubai: Legendary West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has taken a U-turn with the announcement of his retirement.
“I have struggled a lot in my career, my career has been great, I have shed tears and blood for West Indian cricket,” Gayle said in an interview with the ICC. I am still batting for West Indies, I have not announced my retirement yet, I want to play a farewell match in my home country Jamaica. If that doesn’t happen, it’s still a way to get more involved with DJ Bravo.
“I am very excited about the West Indies. It has always been a pleasure to represent the West Indies. It’s really bad when we lose a match,” said Chris Gayle. It was in the last match of the World Cup. I wanted to enjoy it. I am a very determined person. I work hard. A lot of people don’t see my work because I work quietly. I specialize in one thing and I use it wisely, I didn’t have anything, I found a lot during my travels, I represented the West Indies for 20 years to the best of my ability. Rather, he played all over the world.
“Sometimes a player has to fight different channels at the same time and we can’t express it to anyone, we have to perform in the competition and everything else goes behind the scenes,” the West Indies batsman said. My father has not been well since the beginning of the cup, he is 91 years old and now I will go straight to my father who came to Jamaica.