Chris Morris declares, the South African all-rounder who was left out of the ICC T20 World Cup, has stated that he is unlikely to play for the national side again in the future. Cricket South Africa (CSA) is also aware of his decision to retire from the Proteas, according to the all-rounder. “My time with South Africa as a player is over. I’m not one for making big announcements and declaring my retirement. They know where I stand, and I know where I stand, but I believe they are aware that my days with CSA are numbered “Sportskeeda spoke with Chirs Morris.
When asked if he will make a formal retirement statement, the 34-year-old replied that he is unlikely to do so, but that he is done with international cricket and will now concentrate on domestic cricket and T20 leagues.
“Because that’s not how I roll, there hasn’t been a formal retirement, but as I already stated, my international cricket days are over. I’m concentrating on domestic cricket and giving back as much as I can to the squad. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to represent South Africa in all three formats. I would have given you a longer answer if you had asked me the same question a few months ago, but for the time being, I am happy with my life and job “According to reports, the all-rounder said.
Morris claimed it had been more than a year since his last conversation with the board about the tension between Cricket South Africa and the players.
“I had my talks with everybody I needed to talk to a long time ago, and I haven’t spoken to CSA since. At the end of the day, how they treated Faf (du Plessis), Immi (Imran Tahir), and me is something they must deal with; I have no comment. So I can’t really comment on what’s going on; a couple stories are emerging, and I’m not sure which one to believe. It’s a delicate subject because there are so many different perspectives to consider “Morris stated his opinion.
Morris has played 42 ODIs, 23 T20Is, and four Tests for South Africa since his debut in 2012. He last played international cricket in the 2019 World Cup, in which South Africa was eliminated at the group stage.
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