Vivo IPL 2021: 5 Cricketers who might retire after Vivo IPL 2021 Completion

Vivo IPL 2021: 5 Cricketers who might retire after Vivo IPL 2021 Completion.

Vivo IPL 2021: The Indian Premier League (IPL) has been the most glorious league in world cricket and all the players across the globe aspire to play in the cash-rich league, at least once in their life. The cricketers even though retire from international duties, continue to play the league games in IPL or some other T20 leagues.

However, there is some point when the cricketer realises that’s enough now, and saying goodbye to all the forms of cricket will be the right choice for him.

In this article, we will talk about cricketers (domestic/overseas) who could bid adieu to all forms of cricket after the completion of the Indian Premier League (IPL) season fourteenth.

The second leg of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 will be held in the UAE. The remaining 31 games will be completed in a month-long window from September 19 to October 15.

The names picked here are based on the age of the cricketer and their performances, which has seen a drastic decline in recent times.

Vivo IPL 2021: 5 Cricketers who are playing their last IPL season in Vivo IPL 2021:

5. Amit Mishra:

Amit Mishra
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The Delhi Capitals (DC) spinner, Amit Mishra is at the wrong end of his 30s. The cricketer is 38 years old and has been pretty unfortunate in terms of his appearance for the Indian team.

Mishra was the man of the match as well the man of the series in his last outing for team India. Despite performing well, the spinner was sidelined from the playing11 due to the presence of Harbhajan Singh, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.

He last played his international game for India back in 2017 against England and since then the cricketer is out of the Indian plans.

He is a regular feature of the IPL and is one of the highest wicket-takers of the league. 

However, this presence in the IPL during recent times is also on a steady decline. Amit Mishra played just three games for DC in IPL 2020 and four in the IPL 2021 phase one.

Following the completion of the IPL 2021, the spinner might shed a curtain on his cricketing career.