Chris Gayle doesn't want to retire

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Chris Gayle doesn't want to retire

Although there have been rumors that Chris Gayle will retire, it looks like it won't happen The 42-year-old has a great career behind him but still doesn't want to finish his story "I didn't announce any retirement but (if) they actually give me one game in Jamaica to go in front of my home crowd, then I can say 'hey guys, thank you so much.'

- he said, as quoted by cricbuzz "Let's see. If not, I'll announce it. Long time and then I'll be joining DJ Bravo in the backend and say thanks to each and everyone but I can't say that as yet." "I was just having some fun today.

Put everything that happened aside. I was just interacting with the fans in the stands and just having some fun seeing as it's going to be my last World Cup game."

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It is obvious that he was always passionate, and that he gave everything for his country.

Sometimes that was enough, sometimes not, but the successes he achieved no one can deny "I want to give thanks to actually be standing here today, aged 42 still going strong," he said. "The career has been really great.

I've had a bit of hiccups here and there." "I've shed blood, I've shed tears in West Indies cricket, you name it, one leg, one hand, I'm still batting for West Indies. "It was a pleasure always to represent West Indies, I'm very passionate about West Indies.

It really hurts bad when we lose games and we don't get the result and the fans [are] so [much] more very important to me because I'm an entertainer." "When I don't get the chance to entertain them it really hurt me a lot.

You might not that see that expression, I might not show those sort of emotions, but I'm gutted inside for the fans, and especially for this World Cup as well." It was not easy for him given the conditions in which he grew up, but it strengthened him "I'm a very determined person," he said.

"I work hard. A lot of people don't see the hard work, but I work hard in silence. I'm a talent and I use it wisely. I grew up from nothing to something. "I didn't have anything, I didn't have the luxury when I was growing up so I used those things to motivate me as well.

Start my career, 'Mum I'll get you a house', when I make the first money, I'll buy a car." "Those are the things that keep you going. With the stability and the mental strength I have, that carried me right through 20-odd years of playing for the West Indies and playing around the world as well."