Former England speed bowler Chris Tremlett revealed his retirement from all kinds of intentional cricket due to his fitness issues as Chris in recent months suffering from his injury.
The 33 years old rate bowlers holds outstanding career in International cricket group and many time dealt with physical fitness issues due to which he revealed his retirement from global cricket.
Chris in Ashes 2010-11 took 17 wickets against Australia and due to his impressive performance England won that Ashes series against Australia.
Tremlett in his recent twit said,” I have actually taken pleasure in 17 years in cricket and now i think this is finest time to play some more global cricket however numerous injuries leading my function in my choice to take retirement from International cricket.
According to Chris, his body and back is not carrying out as needed to play professional cricket and that why i have announced my retirement from worldwide cricket.
Chris started his expert cricketing career at Hampshire and after that transferred to Surrey cricket club. Chris throughout his professional profession took 53 wickets in 12 test matches.
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