Hasaranga leaves Test Cricket to focus on his limited-overs career

In order to extend his limited-overs career, Wanindu Hasaranga, the quality legspinner from Sri Lanka, has announced his retirement from Test cricket, according to a statement released by Sri Lanka Cricket on Tuesday (August 15).

The CEO of SLC, Ashley De Silva, stated in a statement, “We will accept his decision and are certain that Hasaranga will be a crucial component of our white-ball program going ahead. Hasaranga is a sought-after player in franchise cricket and a fixture in Sri Lanka’s limited overs side, having played 48 ODIs and 58 T20Is. However, he has only played four Tests and has only taken four wickets in addition to making a half-century. 

His final Test match was in April 2021 against Bangladesh after he made his debut against South Africa in 2020. He has played 44 matches of first-class cricket, scoring three centuries and taking 102 wickets.

According to a statement issued by Sri Lanka Cricket on Tuesday (August 15), the talented legspinner from Sri Lanka, Wanindu Hasaranga, has decided to withdraw from Test cricket in order to extend his limited-overs career.


Wanindu Hasaranga has been a mighty fine bowler in white ball cricket and has been a much sought-after player in t20 leagues across the globe. 

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