West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has expressed doubts over his attainable return to nationwide colors in any format. Bravo, who final represented the Caribbean facet within the T20 sequence in opposition to Pakistan in September final 12 months, felt his possibilities of making a comeback to the nationwide facet are distant.
“So far as internationals are involved, I’ve been dropped from the West Indies workforce. I used to be dropped whereas I used to be match. I do not assume now, at 34, it might make any sense coming again,” Bravo stated.
The 34-year-old Trinidad all-rounder is presently enjoying the inaugural T10 league, the place he’s a part of the Virender Sehwag-led Maratha Arabians facet.
Bravo now sees his future solely within the varied short-format leagues world wide.
“I’m taking a look at these tournaments as an opportunity to proceed enjoying cricket. So long as I can play cricket, I’m completely happy. I simply must see what’s left for me, for my followers to see Dwayne Bravo enjoying cricket. That’s my precedence,” he stated.
Bravo has not performed Check cricket in seven years, and had not featured in an ODI since 2014.
(With inputs from IANS)