The 2024 T20 World Cup started on June 1: here are the latest retirement updates from all twenty teams, including the current list of players who have called time on their careers, fully or partly.

David Warner

Having retired from ODIs and Tests earlier, David Warner, Australia’s second-highest run-scorer across formats, had confirmed that the T20 World Cup 2024 would be his last international assignment. Australia made it to the Super Eights and are likely to play the semi-finals, meaning Warner will have one last shot at the trophy. He was part of the Australian sides that won the 2021 T20 World Cup, the 2023 World Test Championship, and the 2015 and 2023 ODI World Cups.

David Wiese

Namibia all-rounder David Wiese also announced his international cricket following his team’s exit from the Super Eights stage. Originally from South Africa, Wiese became eligible to play for Namibia in the 2021 T20 World Cup, five years after accepting a Kolpak deal. He has represented them in 34 T20Is, with 532 runs and 35 wickets to his name.

Sybrand Engelbrecht

The tournament also saw South Africa-born Sybrand Engelbrecht’s last international appearance after Netherlands’ defeat to Sri Lanka that knocked them out of the tournament. A part of South Africa’s under-19 team in 2008, Engelbrecht debuted for the Dutch in 2023 and was part of the 2023 World Cup squad.

Brian Masaba

Uganda captain Brian Masaba hung up his boots in the shortest format as well. Under Masaba, Uganda beat Zimbabwe to qualify for the T20 World Cup fopr the first time, and registered their first win in the tournament against Papua New Guinea.

Trent Boult

After New Zealand’s first ever group-stage exit in the tournament, Trent Boult announced that this would be his last T20 World Cup. However, he hasn’t officially retired from any format yet.

Virat Kohli

India's Virat Kohli signed off from T20I cricket following India's victorious campaign, announcing his retirement at the presentation ceremony after the final. He won the Player of the Match award in the summit clash, scoring 76 off 59 balls to help India post 176-7. He will continue to play ODIs and Tests for India.

Rohit Sharma

One of only two players to feature in every edition of the T20 World Cup, India's captain followed Kohli's suit as he too said that he would no longer play T20 internationals at the post-match press conference. For the time being, he remains in charge of the ODI and Test teams.

Ravindra Jadeja

After India winning the T20 World Cup on Saturday, all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja also announced his retirement from T20Is on Sunday, via Instagram.

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