All-rounder Dwayne Bravo, who retired from the game due to differences with the West Indies Cricket Board (CWI), announced his return to international cricket on Friday. Bravo said that he had changed his mind due to the change in power of the CWI. Former team manager Ricky Skerritt has now replaced Dave Cameron as the new chairman of the board.
“I would like to announce my return to international T20s for West Indies. Once selected I’ll be fully committed to represent the region again in T20 cricket, which I think is exciting for West Indies cricket and fans, with the young talents around,” Bravo told ESPNCricinfo.
Bravo announced his retirement from International cricket in October 2018. It was said that the 36-year-old had a feud with Cameron, who he accused of destroying his career. This happened in 2014 when the Bravo-led West Indies team left India midway due to a financial dispute with the board.
The Trinidad and Tobago born cricketer has picked 337 wickets and scored 6,310 runs for the West Indies in 40 Tests, 164 ODIs and 66 T20s. He plays Chennai Superkings in IPL and apart from this, he plays in PSL, Big Bash League, Caribbean Premier League, Global T20 Canada League and Abu Dhabi T10 League.