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South Africa’s aggressive wicket-keeper batsman bids farewell to Test cricket

South Africa’s aggressive wicket-keeper batsman bids farewell to Test cricket. South Africa‘s aggressive wicket-keeper batsman Henry Klaasen has announced his retirement from Test cricket.

32-year-old South African cricketer Henry Klaasen announced his retirement from Test cricket through a social media post on Monday.

Klaassen’s announcement of his retirement from Test cricket comes after he was not included in the squad for the recent series against India.

Classen wrote in his Instagram post that ‘after much thought, I have decided to retire from Test cricket, it was a very difficult decision for me as Test cricket is my favorite format’.

 

 

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Classen, who won the hearts of fans with his aggressive batting in ODIs and T20Is, played 4 Test matches for South Africa and scored a total of 108 runs.

It should be noted that before Klaasen, South African captain Dean Elgar retired from Test cricket at the end of the 2-match series against India.

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