Karachi: Pakistan’s wicketkeeper and former captain Rashid Latif on Wednesday announced his retirement from Test cricket but said he would continue to represent the country in the limited-overs version.
“I have conveyed my decision to retire from Test cricket and will tell the reasons for my decision at a later stage,” Latif said.
A Pakistan Cricket Board spokesman confirmed it had received a letter from Latif announcing his decision.
Latif said after his announcement that one reason he was bowing out was fatigue.
Latif made his debut in England in 1992 and has since played 34 Tests. He has taken 102 catches, made 10 stumpings and racked up 1,277 runs with one century.