Deandra Dottin Retirement: Troubled by the atmosphere of the team, Deandra Dottin retired from cricket, has scored the fastest century in T20


West Indies women’s cricket team’s star all-rounder Diandra Dottin has retired from international cricket. She said that she cannot continue her career in the current culture and environment of the team. The 31-year-old, who scored the fastest century in Women’s T20 Internationals, announced her retirement on Twitter. He said, ‘During my cricket career, I faced many such obstacles, which I had to overcome. But the current environment of the team is not conducive to fostering my passion and keeping it alive.

Deandra Dottin created a sensation by scoring this century in just 38 balls against South Africa in the 2010 T20 World Cup. Deandra is considered one of the most dangerous female cricketers in the world in white ball cricket. Apart from batting, bowling has also proved fatal for the opposing team.

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“With great sadness but without any regret, I realized that I am no longer able to follow the team culture and its environment as it is affecting my ability to excel,” Dottin said.

Dottin, however, did not indicate whether he had retired from the Barbados side as well. She is currently representing Barbados at the Commonwealth Games. She said that she will continue to play domestic cricket around the world. Dottin is the female player to play the most matches for West Indies.

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He played 124 T20 Internationals and 143 ODIs after making his debut in 2008. He has scored 3727 ODI runs at an average of 30.54 which includes three centuries. 2697 runs are recorded in his name in T20 Internationals. He has scored two centuries in this format.

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