Dean Elgar, the former captain of the South African cricket team, has announced his retirement from the game once the two-match test series against India concludes at home. The 36-year-old last dance in cricket between South Africa and India was disclosed by the ICC on Friday. After more than a decade of professional cricket. The left-handed batsman will have played in 86 Test matches.
Elgar stated in a statement that while he has always wanted to play cricket. Being able to represent your nation is the ultimate goal!
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He went on to say that it is simply one of his greatest goals to have had the opportunity to do it globally for 12 years. I have had the great fortune to go on an amazing trip.
“All good things come to an end,” Dean Elgar continued, “and the Indian Home series will be my last.” as I’ve decided to give up playing our lovely game. a game that has greatly benefitted me. This will be my final test, in Cape Town. My all-time favourite stadium worldwide. Against New Zealand, it was here that I scored my first test run, and perhaps my last.