Jerome Taylor takes retirement from Test Cricket- West Indies fast bowler has unyoked his relation with international test cricket. On 11th July 2016, veteran Caribbean pacer quit his career in this slowest format of cricket and acquainted the selectors about this decision. Though the swing master has left the test cricket, still he will be playing one day internationals and T20 cricket matches for his national team.
He hasn’t unveiled the reason behind his abandonment from the test cricket. He just announced it and the selectors forwarded the message by him to the cricket lovers in West Indies. He will no longer be seen in white dress, destroying stumps of opponents, dancing with gratification of surmounting the match and becoming upset on poor performance.
Excellence in out swinging had peaked his reputation in this sport type and enlisted him in the row of best swing masters and pacers. Batsmen used to thrill for when this bowler would impose his aggressive approach over the man batting next to him. These all thunders in test cricket have now become just memories with the annunciation of this legend to quit the test career.
2003 test cricket debutant has played 46 test matches till the day of his retirement from the slowest format of this game. Total 130 wickets have been grabbed by this 36 year old legendary bowler of ICC WC 2016 T20 champions country’s national cricket team. Public domain loving to watch the spell bowled by him will have to miss him as a test cricketer in future.