A sportsperson’s life is short-lived, including cricket, unlike other professions. Once you hit the 30 years, the critics will be ready to criticise your performances and a few average performances; you are out of the team. Many cricketers who have lived the life to the fullest during his playing days had to struggle for a living post his retirement.
From the likes of Andrew Flintoff to controversial Chris Lewis, many cricketers have chosen different profession after retiring from cricket to sustain themselves.
Let us take a look at 10 cricketers who took up exciting professions after retirement:
1. Brett Lee
The Australian fast bowler, Brett Lee, is one of the most loved cricketers across the globe. He has 690 wickets to his name combining ODI and Test format and was a part of a lethal pace attack of Australia.
After retirement, he joined the chords for music. Lee has been the co-host of the travel show Getaway with former Miss Australia Jesinta Campbell. The show went air on Fox Life in 2015. Lee also tried his hand in acting, making his debut in a Bollywood flick titled UnINDIAN.