The 2023 World Cup will be played in India and it is a big chance for the Indian team to win another World Cup at home. India last won the World Cup in 2011 under MS Dhoni‘s leadership in India. 12 years down the line, India will again host the 50-over World Cup and are perhaps the strongest contenders to win it at home.
Given the number of captains and different squads they have announced in 2022 alone, the side surely has the depth and the talent to form a strong squad. The comeback of a few senior players who have been rested will make the squad even stronger.
While the 2023 World Cup will be a great opportunity for the young players in the squad, it might be the last opportunity for the senior players to play their last ICC event. There are a few Indian players who might consider retiring from ODIs after the mega event. In this article, we take a look at five Indian players who might retire from ODIs after the 50-over World Cup.
5 Indian Players Who Might Retire From ODIs After The 2023 ODI World Cup
1) Shikhar Dhawan
The southpaw plays only ODIs for India for the last few years. He is still a very dependable ODI player for India and forms a terrific opening pair with both Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul. With all the senior players rested, Dhawan is currently leading India in the ODI series against West Indies and is fresh off a 97 in the first ODI in Trinidad.