Matthew Wade: T20 World Cup winner Matthew Wade to bid farewell to cricket; He will retire after this competition

Matthew Wade Plans to Retire: Australia made history by defeating New Zealand in the final of the T20 World Cup 2021. Australia did well in the tournament and won the World Cup. Australia will also host the 2022 T20 World Cup. It has been reported that Australian batsman Matthew Wade will soon retire from cricket. Matthew Wade commented on his retirement in an interview with a cricket website. & Nbsp;

"I am currently focusing on next year’s T20 World Cup in Australia. After that, I am thinking of retiring from cricket"This was stated by Matthew Wade in an interview with an Australian cricket website. Importantly, Matthew Wade, who played a key role in helping Australia reach the final of the T20 World Cup, has been dropped from the upcoming Ashes series. Alex Carrey has been named in the squad to replace him. & Nbsp; He said he was not fully fit for the final. He further stated that he was struggling with grade two side strain. The day before the T20 World Cup final, he was very worried. However, it did play out in the final and Australia sealed the title. Matthew Wade batted hard. Matthew Wade hit an aggressive 41 off 17 balls against Pakistan in the semi-finals. As a result, Australia defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets. Which helped Australia reach the final. & Nbsp;

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