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DNA India : reported that Aussie cricketer Shaun ‘The Wild Thing’ Tait hangs up his boots

as declared in Days after announcing that he had become an Indian overseas citizen, Australian pacer Shaun Tait announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
To give you an idea of Tait’s pace, watch this video, where he made his comeback to international cricket against Pakistan
The game’s getting quicker and better and I’m getting slower and a bit older.
“I honestly wanted to play a couple more years, whether it was over in the UK or here,” Tait was quoted saying by cricket.com.au.
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland also reacted to the quickie’s decision saying, “In his prime, Shaun was the world’s fastest bowlers.

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Australian cricketer Shaun Tait retires from all forms of cricket- The New Indian Express

Australian cricketer Shaun Tait retires from all forms of cricket- The New Indian Express

MELBOURNE: Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, thus ending his illustrious 15-year career at the competitive level.
“I knew during the Big Bash that I was going to finish up.
Having endured an injury-plagued career, Tait called time on his first-class career in 2009 before bidding adieu to his ODI career in 2011, following Australia’s World Cup quarter-final exit.
However, his latest Big Bash season was marred by dwindling form as he was forced to miss parts of the tournament due to an elbow problem that has troubled him for over a decade.
“I honestly wanted to play a couple more years, whether it was over in the UK or here.

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Australian cricketer Shaun Tait who recently becomes an Indian, retires from all forms of cricket

You may also like to watch:Tait said he made the retirement decision after an ordinary showing in Big Bash.
His last competitive outing came for Hobart Hurricanes during the 2016-17 Big Bash League.
Shaun Tait, who last played for Australia in January 2016, said he realised that age was catching up with him.
(Reuters)Australia’s Shaun Tait, one of the world’s fastest bowlers in his prime, has called time on his injury-ridden career.
Tait, who last played for Australia in January 2016, said he realised that age was catching up with him.

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