Ross Taylor is the anchor of the New Zealand middle order. He has excelled in all forms of cricket, including Tests, ODIs, and T20s, and has announced that he will soon be bidding farewell to his 17-year cricket career. His dream is to win the 50-over World Cup for New Zealand at least once. But that wish alone has not yet been fulfilled for him.
Despite advancing to the World Cup final twice in a row in 2015 and 2019, luck did not lend a hand twice. So, Ross Taylor, who had planned to play until the 2023 World Cup, has abruptly announced his retirement from international cricket with April next year.
Ross Taylor on 37, made his international debut in 2006 with an ODI against the West Indies. He has played in 110 Tests, 233 ODIs, and 102 T20Is for New Zealand so far.
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