England wicket-keeper Sarah Taylor bids adieu to International cricket

English wicket-keeper Sarah Taylor called it quits to international cricket after he mentally health took a serious dent. Her anxiety issues have hampered her talent as a wicket-keeper cum batsman. The game was more off a stress dose for Taylor rather than enjoyment.

“This has been a tough decision but I know it’s the right one, for me and for my health moving forward,” Sarah Taylor said. “I can’t thank my teammates enough, both past and present, and the ECB for being supporters and friends along my journey,” Taylor said

“Playing for England and getting to wear the shirt for so long has been a dream come true and I have been blessed with so many great moments throughout my career. From making my debut in 2006 to Ashes wins, and of course, the World Cup final at Lord’s, to name just a few,” she further added.

Sarah Taylor made her debut in 2006 and amassed 6,553 International runs in her 13-year long career, which makes her the second most successful female cricketer for England.

Clare Connor, the Managing Director of Women’s cricket congratulated also congratulated Sarah Taylor for having an outstanding career and for being a powerful face of Women’s sport.

“We are very grateful to Sarah for her contributions to English cricket over the last 13 years. She has become a powerful voice within women’s sport and I’m sure she will make a success of the next stage of her professional life. We all wish her the very best.”

Unfortunately, this is the second setback for England in the last 2 days, Marcus Trescothick announced his retirement just a day ago. And now Sarah Taylor, who retired due to anxiety issues, which concern to look for.

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