8. Hamish Bennett

A right-arm medium-fast bowler in New Zealand, Hamish Bennet announced his retirement from all cricket, bringing the curtains down on a 17-year long career.

7. Kieron Pollard 

One of the greatest all-rounders to feature in the shortest format of the game, Kieron Pollard announced his international retirement last month. He was the reigning captain of West Indies when he decided to call time on his international career.

6. Suranga Lakmal

Lakmal bowled with a big heart and gave every ounce on the cricket field. After his international retirement, he strikes a two-year County deal with Derbyshire, which will see the fast bowler reunite with Mickey Arthur.

5. Chris Morris

The hard-hitting all-rounder from South Africa Chris Morris announced his retirement from all forms of the game in January this year.

4. Danushka Gunathilaka

The left-handed opener from Sri Lanka Danushka Gunathilaka announced his retirement from Test cricket in January 2022.

3. Tim Bresnan

He announced his retirement from international cricket on 31 January 2022.   

2. Ross Taylor

He announced his retirement from international cricket on 4 April 2022 after representing his country for 16 years. Taylor’s last game was against the Netherlands at Hamilton. 

1. Mohammad Hafeez

He declared his retirement from international cricket earlier this year on social media. Hafeez played his last T20 International match against Australia last year in November.