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Nov 29, 2012

The Australia Batsman Ricky Ponting Announces Retirement From Tests Cricket


Today Ricky Ponting meet press conference at the WACA on Thursday afternoon, he has announced his retirement from international cricket, on the eve of the third Test against South Africa in Perth and he equalling Steve Waugh mark of 168 Test matches for the most in the history of Australian cricket.

The Nickname Punter, he has score test 13,366 runs in 167 Tests at 52.21, and 13,704 runs in 375 one-day internationals and the even with such greats in the ranks, Ponting, as captain, lost the 2005 Ashes in England and 2006/07 ashes ricky poting won series 5-0 and whitewash against england.

He would continue to play out the remainder of the summer with Tasmania and Hobart Hurricanes in the twenty20 Big Bash League, Ponting said and the married with two children, he is known as a campaigner against cancer and established to the Ponting Foundation with his wife Rianna to raise money for young Australians afflicted by the disease.

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