London [UK], Sep 15 (ANI): Former West Indies cricketer Michael Holding announced his retirement as a cricketer commentator on Wednesday, ESPNcricinfo reported.
Holding has been a member of the Sky Sports comment panel for over 20 years.
The West Indian legend had been considering his retirement for a year.
“I’m not sure how far I will go beyond 2020 with comments. I don’t see myself going much further at my age. I’m 66 now, I’m not 36, 46 or 56 “, did he declare. said on a BBC radio talk show.
“I said [ Sky] that I couldn’t commit for more than a year at a time. If this year is totally destroyed I might have to think about 2021 because I can’t just walk away from Sky, a company that has done me so good, ”he added.
Holding, which bid farewell to international cricket in 1987, was widely respected for its famous insightful analysis and cutting-edge ideas. The West Indian legend has represented the Caribbean team in 60 tests and 102 ODIs, at 391 international wickets under his name. (ANI)