4 Players Who Might Hang Their Boots From ODIs After the 2023 ODI World Cup

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The cricketing fraternity clearly knows that, the ODI World Cup will always stay as the apex of the game. Notwithstanding, with the expansion in the quantity of T20 tournaments and the monetary advantages that accompany it, alongside the firmly pressed cricketing plan, there could be various retirements from One Day Internationals after the World Cup in 2023, which is to be held in India from November.

Yet again the 2023 World Cup will be an auspicious occasion for various players, those in their thirties will confront whether or not their bodies could go an additional four-year grind in the ODI setup, which will be disregarded following the T20 World Cup in 2024 and 2026 and Test cricket.

The following are 4 star cricketers who could drape their boots from the One Day International format after the 2023 World Cup:  


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1. Shikhar Dhawan

Shikhar Dhawan, who has played as many as 150 ODIs and amassed more than 6000 runs, presently includes in just the ODI team for Indian. The 36-year-old opener has serious areas of strengths for continuing in the 50-over game, and in the IPL, and is supposed to open in the following year’s World Cup at home.

From that point onward, however, Dhawan either should hang up his boots himself or will unquestionably be moved aside by the selectors as he will be 38 when the competition closes and not the slightest bit will be in India’s arrangements for the 2027 World Cup.


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2. Hardik Pandya

As of late Ravi Shastri, former big brother and head coach of the Indian team, made the assessment that India’s leading all-rounder Hardik Pandya could resign from ODI cricket after the 2023 World Cup at home. This assertion from Shastri came following Ben Stokes’ retirement from ODI cricket recently which has shaken everybody.

The England Test team captain, Stokes, had previously won the 2019 World Cup and sees T20 cricket as the organization to make gobs of cash. The equivalent would go for any semblance of Pandya and other all-rounders who might need to be good for the T20 matches.

Pandya as of late driven Gujarat Titans to an IPL title and furthermore captained India in 3 T20Is matches, he hasn’t played Test cricket starting around 2018. So obviously, Pandya could turn into India’s T20 expert proceeding, particularly on the off chance that the BCCI permits their players to play in foreign leagues, in light of the fact that the arrangement wouldn’t request such a large amount from him as 50-over cricket does.


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3. David Warner

David Warner is now right now having issues and clashes with the Cricket Australian (CA) board about not being permitted to play in the South Africa or the UAE T20 association one year from now while skirting the BBL.

Warner, who will be beyond 37 years old by the following year’s ODI World Cup, is expected to either resign or quit playing the ODI’s after 2023 given Australia would maintain that the younger crop of  players should start getting ready for the 2027 World Cup.

What’s more, maybe, the left-hander even quit Test cricket as Ashes is just one year from now, and become a T20 consultant, carrying out his specialty from one side of the planet to the other, developing the legend of David Warner. A T20 behemoth, Warner is known to be among the most extravagant Australian cricketers and will additionally need to allow himself the best opportunity to make fast money playing the briefest format nearing the finishing line of his career.


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4. Trent Boult

Trent Boult as of late stood out as truly newsworthy and hoarded the spotlight by requesting to be set free from New Zealand’s focal agreement, to invest more energy with his family and make himself accessible for T20 matches, a choice which has isolated feelings.

Regardless, Boult is currently a consultant and could quit playing for the Black Caps however play T20I’s at his decision. The left-arm pacer, as of now into New Zealand’s cricket’s set of experiences books, is 33-year-old and has played for the black caps in as many as 93 ODI matches in which he’s taken 169 wickets.

He is a sprinter up in the last two ODI World Cup, and the 2023 World Cup could well be his last shot at the mega prize. Boult has previously clarified that he might want to play in the T20 competitions over New Zealand’s obligation, and is probably going to create some distance from the 50-over game after the following year, and even Test cricket.

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