Hero of the 2011 Ashes Series England Former Paceman Chris Tremlett retiring from international cricket at the age of 33 which was reports from BBC Sports. This Right arm Pace Bowler Made his début during the India tour of England from 2007 and from then they played total 12 Test Matches and Playing from 15 ODI.
“After 16 enjoyable years I feel that now is the right moment to call time on my playing career,” Tremlett said on Twitter.
“Unfortunately, injury has hampered me throughout my career and now plays the leading role in my decision to retire,” he added.
“My body, and back in particular, can no longer withstand the vigour of performing at the level required to play professional cricket.” Tremlett, who started his county career at Hampshire before moving to Surrey, took 53 wickets in 12 tests.
“Wearing the Three Lions was the pinnacle and I enjoyed every minute of the challenge, experience and ultimately the success that the team had,” he said.
Check out Below the Chris Tremlett’s T20, Test and ODI Career Statistic with Number of Matches played, Wickets Taken and Average per wickets with economy rates.