Dwayne Bravo retires from the IPL and discloses a new position with Chennai Super Kings.
Former West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has announced his retirement from the Indian Premier League, although he will continue working with Chennai Super Kings as its bowling coach for the forthcoming campaign.
The West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has declared his r
etirement from the Indian Premier League but will continue working with Chennai Super Kings as its bowling coach for the forthcoming campaign. Bravo, who has 183 wickets from 161 games and holds the record for most wickets in IPL history, will take L Balaji’s place in the 2023 season, who withdrew for personal reasons.
I’m eager to go on this new path because it’s something I intend to accomplish after my playing days have concluded completely. I look forward to my role and like dealing with bowlers. I don’t believe I will need to make many adjustments when I transition from player to coach since when I play, I always work with the bowlers and try to develop strategies and ideas for staying one step ahead of the batters. “I never imagined I would be the leading wicket-taker in IPL history. The only change is that I won’t be stationed at mid-on or mid-off. However, I’m simply pleased to have contributed to IPL history, Bravo said in a statement.
Bravo has behaved similarly to Kieron Pollard, who announced his retirement from the IPL and began working as the Mumbai Indians’ batting coach a month later. After beginning with Mumbai Indians for the first few seasons, Bravo went to CSK in 2010 and quickly rose to fame, earning the Purple Cap twice and playing a crucial role in the team’s success. Bravo participated in each of CSK’s four IPL championship campaigns.
“Congratulations to Dwayne Bravo on a fantastic IPL career! He has played a significant role in the Super Kings family for more than ten years, and we are thrilled to keep working together. The depth of Bravo’s experience will be extremely beneficial to our athletes and support staff. We are certain that with his leadership, our bowling team would prosper “CEO of the Chennai Super Kings, Kasi Viswanathan, stated.
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