ICC World Cup 2023 is going to start from 5th October. Every team has geared up to make a splash on Indian soil. The performance of many players is going to be monitored in the tournament. At the same time, there are some players who will probably play the last World Cup of their career. Three Indian names are also included in this list.
This could be the last World Cup for Rohit Sharma, who is going to captain the Indian team in the World Cup 2023. Hitman is 36 years old. That means Hitman will be 40 years old by the next World Cup, in such a situation it seems very difficult for Rohit to play the next World Cup.
Ravichandran Ashwin has already made it clear through gestures that this will be the last World Cup of his career. It would not be surprising if Ashwin announces his retirement from the 50-over format soon after the World Cup 2023. Ashwin was not included in India's 15-man squad earlier, but after Axar Patel's injury, the doors to the World Cup opened. Spinner.
Virat Kohli's fitness is unmatched and there is no doubt about it. However, Kohli is 34 years old and Virat will be 38 years old by the next World Cup. In such a situation, it seems a bit difficult for King Kohli to play the next World Cup.
Australian opening batsman David Warner can also say goodbye to the 50-over format after the World Cup 2023. There has been speculation for a long time regarding Warner's retirement. In such a situation, the Kangaroo opener would definitely like to leave his mark with the bat in this World Cup.
This could also be the last World Cup for Shakib Al Hasan, who is going to captain Bangladesh in the ICC World Cup 2023. Shakib is 36 years old, so it seems almost impossible for him to play the next World Cup. Shakib himself has recently hinted at retiring after the World Cup 2023.