One of Australia’s most beloved fast bowlers of the modern era, Peter Siddle, called time on his international career on December 29 (Sunday). A part of many infamous Ashes squad, the fast bowler from Victoria played 67 Test matches in his career which spanned more than a decade.
Siddle made his Test debut in Mohali in 2008 against a star-studded Indian side. After claiming Tendulkar as his maiden Test wicket, arguably the most memorable moment of his career came on the first day of the 2010-11 Ashes at the Gabba when, on his 26th birthday, he took a hat-trick.
Siddle also played 22 ODIs and two T20s for Australia; however, he earned his name mostly in the longest format of the game. Although he decided to retire from international cricket but will continue to play in the domestic cricket and BBL.