The former Yorkshire and England all-rounder Tim Bresnan has announced his retirement.
Bresnan, 36, played 142 times for England, including 23 Tests, and was part of the Ashes-winning squads in 2010-11 and 2013. He was also a member of the England side that won the World T20 trophy for the first time in 2010.
He amassed 7,138 runs and 575 wickets in a 20-year first-class playing career, the bulk of it with Yorkshire, who he helped win back-to-back County Championship titles in 2014 and 2015. He joined Warwickshire in 2020 on a two-year deal and last season helped them win the County Championship and Bob Willis Trophy double.
“This has been an incredibly tough decision but, after returning to winter training I feel that this is the right time,” Bresnan said.