Former England batsman Jonathan Trott decides to retire at the end of the season
Former England batsman Jonathan Trott decides to retire at the end of the season:
former England batsman Jonathan Trott
decide quiet from all forms of cricket 37-year-old batsman has great international, as well as domestic carrier England batsman, has scored 17,750 First Class runs and made 44 centuries, nine of them in Test matches
Trott has managed to score 9,781 List A runs and he is one of the leading run-getters in T20 cricket with 1,911 runs.
in his 17 years domestic and international carrier he has won every trophy .for England he has played 52 Test caps 68 One-Day International caps and also helped England to win major Ashes series in 2009, 2011 and 2013.
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Trott is out of contract at the end of this season and, with Warwickshire keen to rebuild, the two parties mutually agreed it is time for him to call it a day
Said Trott: “I’ve been fortunate to have enjoyed a great career with Warwickshire and England and I am very grateful for all of the support that I have received from my fellow players, coaches and management who I have worked with.
“Choosing to retire at the end of the season is something that I have spoken about at length with my family and this is now the right time to look at the next chapter of my career.
Warwickshire CCC is a very special club and I’ve been immensely proud to have worn the Bear and Ragged Staff throughout my career.
“We’ve made a strong start to the 2018 season and I hope that I can make a major contribution to more success in my final year at Edgbaston as a player
Jonathan Trott was suffering from depression problem that caused him to unravel during the back-to-back Ashes series of 2013