West Indies batter, Lendl Simmons has retired from international cricket, according to an Instagram post from his sports agency 124notout.
The post further said that he had written a letter to Cricket West Indies last Friday informing them about his decision to become a free agent and pursue opportunities on the franchise circuit.
Earlier in the day, former West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin had also announced his international retirement.
Simmons’ international career spanned 16 years. He represented West Indies in eight Tests, 68 ODIs and 68 T20Is, scoring 3763 runs across all formats.