Mumbai: West Indies player Dwayne Bravo has made himself for ICC T20 World Cup 2020 which will be held in Australia.
Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Ricky Skerritt welcomed the former captain’s decision and said the players would make an impact for the Caribbean side.
“Bravo has a performance track record that should never have been lost from the West Indies cricket talent pool. One reason Dr Shallow and I called for the Presidency were to ensure that the review of the team selection policy was fully inclusive and ensured. Is strictly based on eligibility and readiness to perform, ”Skerrit said in the board’s official statement.
“Bravo’s return reminds us of the negative impact politics and apathy has had on our cricket. Bravo, a former West Indies captain, can again be a fierce and formidable all-rounder in his maroon colours, a welcome one. Chances are “he added.
CWI Director of Cricket, Jimmy Adams expressed happiness over Dwayne’s return for possible selection of T20I cricket.
Adams said, “I am delighted that Dwayne is making himself available for selection for T20 cricket. His considerable experience and proven ability will strengthen the pool of players, allowing the CWI to select their squads.”
Bravo, who has played 66 T20Is, announced his retirement from the international cricket in October 2018.
The player continued to play in various competitive leagues across the globe including Indian Premier League (IPL), and Abu Dhabi T10 League.