Dwayne Bravo is gearing up for the next journey. As he retired from international cricket, Bravo would continue to play franchise cricket. He also spoke about his interest in coaching.
Bravo, the Windies legend as declared earlier played his last match in the maroon jersey in the T20 World Cup match against Australia. The journey did not end well for Bravo as he failed to make an impact in his farewell match and West Indies were also knocked out of the coveted tournament by Australia. Bravo who has been a mainstay for the side over the years and a legendary name especially in the T20 cricket shared his next plan.
He was asked if he would take up a coaching role. Bravo answered, “Yes, definitely after I am done with franchise cricket, I will be there in coaching capacity. I have already started to work on that aspect. Cricket has given me so much, I am going to give it back to game. ”
He was also asked about his teammate Chris Gayle who gave all possible hints at his retirement. Gayle has not announced anything officially but seems to have played his last international game. When Bravo was asked about Gayle’s decision, Bravo said, “He’s half way there (on announcing retirement). He still has some cricket left I reckon. I am not sure what he has decided on his retirement. (laughs)”
Bravo also informed that he would not stop playing franchise cricket “as long my as body supports me”.