Veteran West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has come out of international retirement to relaunch his bid for acquiring a place in the national T20I side. The 36-year-old, who is a popular T20 freelancer appearing in various leagues around the world, has stated his intentions to help the West Indies’ T20I team defend their T20 World Cup title.
Bravo announced his retirement from international cricket back in October 2018 and last donned national colors in September 2016 during a game against Pakistan.
The star player’s change of heart in terms of T20I cricket seems to be driven by a change of personnel in the Cricket West Indies (CWI) administration.
"Today I confirm the announcement of my decision to return to International Cricket to all my fans and well-wishers all around the world. It’s no secret that this big announcement has come as a result of the changes made at the administration level," he said in a media release.