Chennai Super Kings and West Indies legend Dwayne Bravo on Friday announced his retirement from the Indian Premier League (IPL). Bravo was not retained by CSK ahead of the IPL 2023 auction, the all-rounder has chosen not to play for any other franchise, instead, he will retire from IPL.
Bravo will take over as Chennai Super Kings’ bowling coach, and the veteran confirmed the development on his Instagram handle.
The last day for players to register their name for IPL 2023 auction was on November 30, and as per the latest reports, Bravo has chosen not to put his name for the upcoming auction.
After beginning his IPL career with Mumbai Indians (MI), the West Indies all-rounder joined Chennai Super Kings later and has been with MS Dhoni’s franchise ever since.
In a lengthy heartfelt note, Bravo confirmed his retirement, and he wrote that he will ‘Forever Yellove’.
“After 15 years of playing in the most toughest T20 league, I announce today that I will be no longer be taking part in IPL. It’s been a great journey, with a lot of ups and downs. At the same time I am grateful to be a part of the IPL for the last 15 years. I know it’s a sad day for myself, my family and most importantly my fans,” read Bravo’s retirement note.