South Africa’s all-rounder, JP Duminy has confirmed that he will retire from international cricket following the World Cup. This makes Duminy, 34, the third international cricketer to do so after his team-mate Imran Tahir and West Indies veteran Chris Gayle.
Duminy, who announced his retirement from Test and first-class cricket in 2017 to put more focus on his white-ball game, feels "the time is right" to close this chapter of his international career.
The 34-year-old, who has 193 ODIs to his name, has only just returned to the Proteas fold following a lengthy lay-off with a shoulder injury. Duminy has scored 5 047 ODI runs at an average of 37.38 while he has also chipped in with 68 wickets.