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IPL 2022: IPL’s most costly participant Chris Morris announces retirement ahead of mega-auction

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Morris used to be the most dear put off at the IPL auction, being bought for Rs. 16.25 crores by Rajasthan Royals in the IPL 2021 auction.

Extinct RR all-rounder Chris Morris (Source: Twitter)

South African all-rounder Chris Morris introduced the curtains down on his cricketing occupation on Tuesday, with the 34-three hundred and sixty five days-dilapidated asserting he used to be retiring from all kinds of cricket.

Morris, who used to be hampered by health disorders later in his occupation, added that he would next be viewed in a coaching role with South African home facet Titans.

“Right this moment I direct my retirement from all kinds of cricket! As a result of all who contain played a segment in my lunge whether or now not it’s vast or shrimp… it’s been a stress-free skedaddle! Pleased to be taking up a coaching role at @titanscricket #lifebeginsnow,” Morris, who played for Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Rajasthan Royals in 2021, wrote on Instagram.

Morris made his global debut in December 2012 against Contemporary Zealand and played his first ODI in 2013. The all-rounder’s first match in Test cricket came in when England toured South Africa in 2016.

Morris played four Exams, 42 One-day Internationals and 23 T20 Internationals apart from donning the Chennai Effectively-organized Kings, Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals), Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore jerseys in the IPL.

He remaining represented South Africa in the ODI World Cup in England in 2019. He used to be the most dear put off at the IPL auction, being bought for Rs. 16.25 crores by Rajasthan Royals in the IPL 2021 auction.

Congratulations on a necessary occupation Chris Morris

The worn #Protea has announced his retirement from all kinds of the game and will likely be taking up a coaching role at @Titans_Cricket #BePartOfIt pic.twitter.com/GA9dSQlefc

— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) January 11, 2022

Morris’s nation-mate and worn quick bowler Dale Steyn led tributes to the all-rounder, announcing, “Congrats on a mountainous occupation, lived your dream, played with the most convenient and dominated too, you might perhaps maybe perhaps be so proud. Effectively accomplished bud.”

West Indies cricketer Carlos Brathwaite wrote, “Congrats in your occupation and handiest of luck in your unique role.”

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