Aaron Finch on Retirement: Australia’s T20 captain Aaron Finch retired from ODI cricket in September. Since then there were rumors that after the T20 World Cup 2022 (T20 WC 2022), Aaron Finch will say goodbye to cricket completely. However this did not happen. Australia is out of T20 World Cup 2022 and captain Aaron Finch has not announced any retirement. When Finch was asked about this, he clearly said that he is not taking retirement yet.
In response to a reporter’s question at Melbourne Airport, Finch said, ‘No, I am not retiring yet. I will play Big Bash and see what happens after that. For now, I am enjoying playing cricket. Australia does not have any T20 International match till August 2023, so there is a long break at the moment. There is still time to take courage to take such big decisions. Whatever it is, it has been a wonderful journey so far.
3000+ Runs in T20Is
Aaron Finch has played 103 T20 International matches in his career. In this, he has scored 3120 runs at a batting average of 34.28 and a strike rate of 142.53. During this, he also scored two centuries and 19 half-centuries. He had three matches in the T20 World Cup 2022. Here he played innings of 13, 31 and 63 runs. He batted brilliantly against Ireland. In the last match, he could not take the field due to hamstring injury.
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