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Know the reason Hardik Pandya retired from Test cricket

Indian cricket team’s star all-rounder and vice-captain Hardik Pandya is currently busy on the West Indies tour. In this series, he is captaining the Indian team in the five-match T20I series. Earlier he met former West Indies all-rounders Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo. Bravo also shared pictures of them meeting on his Instagram account. In that post, he called Hardik a former Test all-rounder.

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Dwayne Bravo shared the picture and wrote, “2 former Test all-rounders and Kieron Pollard in this picture. Nice to catch up. Can you imagine 3 of us playing for the same team!” It must be noted that Pollard and Bravo have a very good friendship. But these two players behave like enemies as soon as they take the field against each other. The two have been seen doing this many times during the IPL.

In the caption of this photo, Bravo described himself and Hardik as former Test all-rounders. While Pandya is yet to announce his retirement from Test cricket. Yes, he certainly played his last match against England in 2018. But the former Caribbean all-rounder called Indian star Hardik a former Test all-rounder.

Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard also share a good friendship. These two all-rounders played in IPL for Mumbai Indians from 2015 to 2020. Pollard announced his retirement from the Indian Premier League after the 2021 IPL. So, Pandya also left Mumbai that year and joined Gujarat Titans in the following season. Together, these two players have made Mumbai four times IPL champions. Although separated from the team, their friendship remains the same off the field.

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