Chris Gayle’s Performance in the ongoing ODI series against England was Exceptional and Challenging, Chris Gayle has been forced to rethink his Decision to call time on International Career.
- Chris Gayle wanted to announced his retirement, and this was the hot topic in his fan and he have to rethink on his decision.
- His has passed a milestone of 10,000 International runs from West Indian side and he is the second batsman to make a record after the Legend Brian Lara.
Chris Gayle is an opener of West Indies innings who has the ability to hit the ball hard enough to reach maximum. Following his sensational form in the series against England, Chris Gayle has been forced to rethink on his decision of retirement from International cricket.
He was making his decision to retire from International cricket past a couple of weeks, after the ICC world cup 2019.
Chris Gayle now playing series with England, on Wednesday he smashed a record becoming the second West Indies batsman to reach 10,000 ODI runs during a blazing 162 runs from 97 balls. He hit 11 boundaries and 14 maximum to complete his unbeaten 162.
Earlier this month, Gayle had announced his ODI retirement after participating in the World Cup in England but has hinted he might be tempted to make a U-turn. “What’s the matter with the body? I’m nearly 40. But could I un-retire? We’ll see. We’ll take it slowly,” Gayle said.
He continued, “I’ve been playing a lot of T20 cricket, so it’s always going to be a difficult coming back into 50-over cricket. But eventually the body gets accustomed to the 50-over format.”
Gayle’s biggest issue has been his fitness and he admitted managing his body will be vital in extending his ODI career. “I just have to work on the body and then maybe you can see a bit more Chris Gayle, maybe. Things change quickly. Hopefully the body can change in the next couple of months and we can see what happens,” he said.
Chris Gayle, who is 39 Years old says he has been working on his Fitness and trying to keep him with the youngsters for a while from now. “I’m in good condition. The body is feeling good and I’m pleased with that. I’ve lost a bit of weight and I don’t want to get too big. I’m still working on my six pack. I’m trying to keep up with the youngsters in the field who are like cats the way they chase the ball. I still have it in me and I’m still enjoying it,” he said.