Updated: Nov 24, 2022, 08:01 IST

Breaking News! Dinesh Karthik hints at international retirement with heartwarming social media post


Indian cricket team are busy with their commitments in New Zealand. The fall out from the dismal loss to England in the T20 world cup semi final is still being felt. The BCCI recently sacked the entire selection committee led by Chetan Sharma. The panel also included former internationals like Sunil Joshi, Debashish Mohanty and Harvinder Singh.

One name who took the Indian cricket by storm this year was none other than 37 year old Dinesh Karthik. The RCB wicket keeper bat put in an amazing performance with the bat during the TATA IPL 2022 to earn an Indian recall.

Dinesh Karthik’s emotional post –

The 37 year old Chennai based veteran on Wednesday took to social media and wrote “worked hard towards the goal of playing the T20 world cup for India and it was such a proud feeling to do so… we did fall short of the ultimate motive, but it did fill my life with memories to cherish. Thank you to all my fellow players, coaches, friends and most importantly the fans for the undying support”.


Karthik posted a short video of himself on Instagram in the Indian jersey during the recent T20 World Cup in Australia. The Indian was seen with his family and the Indian team mates and donning the gloves perhaps for one last time in the Indian colors.

Disappointing end to DK’s career –

Dinesh Karthik played the first 4 games of the T20 World Cup 2022. He was rested for the game against Zimbabwe where he was replaced by Rishabh Pant. The 37 year old did not get a look back into the team for the Semi Final against England.

DK scored mere 14 runs from the 3 games he got to bat in. Karthik known for his electric wicket keeping dropped a few catches and missed a few stumpings during the course of the tournament.

Dinesh Karthik was part of the Indian team with Rohit Sharma which won the world cup T20 in 2007 under MS Dhoni. DK has played 60 T20 matches scoring 686 runs with 1 half century and a strike rate of 142.