Johannesburg: South African all-rounder Dwayne Pretorius has announced his retirement from all international cricket to focus on professional T20 cricket.
33-year-old Dwayne Pretorius has played 30 T20 Internationals, 27 ODIs and 3 Tests for South Africa. In last year’s T20 cricket match against Pakistan, Pretoria had conceded 17 runs and took 5 wickets. With this, he recorded the best bowling record among South African players in international T20 cricket.
Dwayne Pretorius says, “I have decided to retire from all forms of international cricket. From now on I will focus on professional T20 leagues and other shorter forms of cricket,” he said.
Dwayne Pretorius took 9 wickets in the 2021 T20 World Cup series held in the United Arab Emirates. He scored 261 runs with the bat at a strike rate of 164.15. Dwayne Pretorius is currently playing in T20 leagues in various parts of the world. Dwayne Pretorius has played for Chennai Super Kings in IPL, Welsh Fire in The Hundred, Durban Super Giants in CPL and SA20.