Cricket Analysis

10 stars who might be playing their last T20 World Cup in 2024

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma might quit playing T20Is post the T20I World Cup.

7. Tim Southee

Tim Southee
Tim Southee

New Zealand’s experienced campaigner Tim Southee is the other player who is expected to play his last T20 World Cup this time. He has been an absolute workhorse for the Kiwis for more than a decade now.

Considering the fact that he has been leading the team in Test cricket, the 35-year-old is more likely to quit the shortest format post the T20 World Cup.

Tim Southee is known for his potential to swing the ball both ways. His unpredictability makes it literally tough for the batsman to decode his deliveries. Overall, he has played 123 T20Is for New Zealand wherein he accounted for 157 dismissals including 2 five-wicket hauls.

8. Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson
Kane Williamson. (Image Credits: Twitter)

New Zealand international Kane Williamson is the other star player who is expected to play his last T20 World Cup. The 33-year-old cricketer has been a consistent contributor to the New Zealand cricket team across all three formats of the game.

His T20I form has taken a hit in recent years. He has played 89 T20Is wherein he has amassed 2547 runs at an average of 34 and a strike rate of 123.6. The right-handed batsman has hit as many as 18 fifties.

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