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Cricketer Chris Morris has announced his retirement from all forms of the game in South Africa


Morris retired from all forms of cricket on Tuesday, according to his official announcement.

As a “coach” with the Titans, he has accepted the position.

Morris went out of his way to thank everyone who had a hand in his success.

He has played four Tests, 42 ODIs, and 23 T20Is for the South African national team.

Chris Morris, the South African all-rounder, announced his retirement from the game on Tuesday. In a “coaching” capacity, Morris will join the Titans. The six-foot-two all-rounder praised everyone who has helped him along the way. “Today, I’m announcing my retirement from cricket in all forms! Thank you to everyone who has been a part of my journey, big or small… It’s been a great experience! Excited to join the Titans coaching staff! “stated Morris on his Instagram account.

The right-arm medium pacer has played in four Tests, 42 ODIs, and 23 T20 Internationals for South Africa. Additionally, Morris has amassed a total of 459, 1756, and 697 runs, as well as collecting 12, 48, and 34 wickets, in Tests, ODIs, and T20Is respectively.

It was at the 2019 ODI World Cup that he made his final appearance for South Africa after making his international debut in 2012.

With clubs such as Chennai Super Kings, Delhi Daredevils (now the Delhi Capitals), Rajasthan Royals, and RCB, Morris was a well-known figure in the Indian Premier League for many years. A record-breaking IPL auction price of Rs 16.25 crore was paid to Rajasthan Royals for him, making him the highest-paid cricketer of all time.

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