Former cricketer, Sharma, has announced that he will be moving away from playing on the field and will instead focus on the business aspect of the sport. He expressed his excitement about this new chapter in his life and his desire to challenge himself in a new environment.
“After my time in the Legends League Cricket, I have decided to take a step back from playing and focus on the business side of the sport. I am eager to explore the numerous opportunities that exist in the world of cricket and believe that this is the next step in my journey as a cricketer,” Sharma said.
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He emphasized his love for the sport and his willingness to continue participating in it, but in a different capacity. Sharma is confident that this change will bring new and exciting challenges for him and he is looking forward to what the future holds.
“Although I will not be playing on the field, I will not let go of my passion for the sport. I will continue to participate and challenge myself in a new environment, which I believe will bring a fresh perspective to my career,” he added.
Sharma’s announcement has sparked excitement among fans and followers, who are eager to see what the future holds for him and what he will bring to the table in the business side of cricket.
“To all cricket fans that have supported me through the ups and downs of International sport: I will forever cherish the moments I spent with you all. Your support has always been a source of motivation for me.
“Lastly, I would like to thank my family and friends for their conditional love and support throughout my career they have been my backbones and without them, I would not have been able to achieve what I have today.”
Sharma bowled the last over in the final against Pakistan. After bowling a wide and conceding a six in the first two balls, he dismissed Misbah-ul-Haq to win the World Cup for India.