Watson declared Test retirement with prompt impact on Sunday. Watson, who is right now with the One Day International (ODI) squad in England playing the five-match ODI arrangement, had supported a calf harm amid the second ODI at Lord's on Saturday, with Australia in the long run winning by an edge of 64 runs. The center request batsman last played in the whites in the first Ashes Test at Cardiff; notwithstanding he was dropped from the side after a poor show when he had
overseen scores of 30 and 19 in the first amusement. Test: How well do you know Shane Watson?
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As indicated by a report from Cricket Australia, Watson said, "I've been through a variety of rushes of feeling about what is a good fit for myself, my family and above all the group too. In the course of the last couple of days there was a great deal of clarity [for me] of what the right choice was. I simply realize that I've given all that I can to get the best out of myself." VIDEO: Shane Watson reports his retirement from Test cricket