Nick Compton Announces retirement from all forms of cricket

Retirement

Nick Compton born in South Africa but he played for Middlesex as a former of English first-class announces retirement from all forms of cricket on 4th October.

Nick debuted while playing for England against India in Ahmedabad in 2012. he played  16 Tests Matches and made 775 runs at an average of 28.7. whereas he debuted in list A for Middlesex in 2001 after 3 years he debuted for Middlesex

On 2016 June, Nick announced that he will take a break from the game due to his disappointing performances in the test series again Sri - Lanka, He returned to first-class cricket in August 2016. He left Middlesex because he wanted a fresh challenge, Compton subsequently signed for Somerset on a multi-year contract due to his another disappointing performance. At the end of the 2014 season, Compton left Somerset having become disillusioned with the game and him wanting to return to living in London.

Nick Said in Middlesex website that - ''The pinnacle of my career was following in my grandfather Denis Compton's footsteps, having achieved my dream of playing and winning Test series for England, I am particularly proud of our series victory in India [in 2012], the first time in 28 years an England team had won in India."


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