(Video) Tim Bresnan announces retirement from professional cricket

Tim Bresnan, former England all-rounder, announced his retirement from professional cricket, drawing curtains on a career spanning two decades. Bresnan represented England in 23 Tests, having made his Test debut against West Indies at Lord’s in 2009. He also featured in 85 ODIs and 34 T20Is. In his first-class career, the sturdily-built Bresnan amassed 7,138 runs and 575 wickets with 7 centuries and 9 five-wicket hauls. Bresnan joined Warwickshire in June 2020, having moved from Yorkshire where he played from 2001 to 2019, even enabling them to County titles in 2014 and 2015.