Bravo retires from IPL, takes over as Chennai Super Kings’ bowling coach

Bravo
Bravo

Bravo has retired from the IPL as a player and taken over the position of bowling coach at Chennai Super Kings. L Balaji, Super Kings’ bowling coach until last season, has taken a year off for “personal commitments”, but will still be involved with the Super Kings Academy.

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Bravo, 39, said in a franchise statement, “I am looking forward to this new journey because it’s something I see myself doing after my playing days are over.”. The transition from player to coach shouldn’t be too difficult for me since I always think of ways to stay one step ahead of the batsmen when I am playing cricket.

In the future, I’ll no longer be standing at mid-on or mid-off! I never thought I’d be the leading wicket taker in IPL history. But I’m just happy to be a part of it!”

Since the IPL began in 2008, Bravo has played every year except 2017 when an injury prevented him from playing. Initially signed by Mumbai Indians in 2008, he spent three seasons with the team before being acquired by Super Kings in 2011. During the suspension of Super Kings in 2016 and 2017, Bravo was picked by Lions, before being retained by Super Kings in 2018.

He finished with 183 wickets, the highest wicket-taker after 15 seasons of IPL, 13 more than Lasith Malinga, and 17 more than Yuzvendra Chahal, the next most successful bowler. Over 158 innings in 161 games, Bravo took 838 wickets at an economy rate of 8.38, with the best wicket being 4 for 22. He also scored 1560 runs at a strike rate of 129.57.

Bravo bowled 1115 balls [36 % of his total deliveries] and took 102 wickets between overs 17 and 20, making him one of the greatest death bowlers in T20 history. There have been no other bowlers with as many deliveries or wickets as Jasprit Bumrah and Lasith Malinga in the last four overs.

Bravo, one of West Indies’ golden generation of T20 superstars who won the T20 World Cup in 2012 and 2016, joins his international teammate into IPL retirement, while taking on coaching roles with their respective teams. As a batting coach for Mumbai Indians, the team where Pollard played throughout his IPL career, Pollard has announced his retirement from playing on November 15.

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