Sarah Taylor Retires from International Cricket

Sarah Taylor Retires from International Cricket

Sarah Taylor recently retires from international cricket, according to Sarah Taylor, and her anxiety was the main reason to get retire from International cricket. Taylor made his England debut in 2006 and made 226 appearances for his country. During this period, she scored 6,533 international runs, making her second-highest scorer in England. Taylor will also be remembered for his superb glory work; no one in the history of women’s cricket has made more redundancies than the 30-year-old woman.

Taylor’s anxiety has affected her ability to enjoy the game in recent years, and that’s why she decided to move away from the international scene.

She said: “It’s a difficult decision, but I know it’s the right one, for me and my health. I cannot thank my teammates, past and present, as well as the ECB for being supporters and friends throughout my career.

“Playing for England and wearing the t-shirt for so long is a dream come true, and I have had the chance to experience great moments throughout my career. To make my debut in 2006 at Ashes wins, and of course, the World Cup final at Lord’s, to name a few.

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“I also had the chance to travel the world and make friends for life. Being at the heart of women’s cricket, which continues to grow – not only in England, but around the world – has been an incredible experience, and I can remember what women’s cricket has proudly accomplished by playing the small game in it.

“English girls are role models on and off the field, and they have undoubtedly inspired – and will continue to inspire – as many young people play video games, girls and boys. I can’t wait to see the heights this team can achieve.

“I am incredibly proud of my career. I leave with my head held high and enthusiastically for what my future holds and what my next chapter brings. “

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