Sir Alastair Cook has been one of the most influential opening batters in English cricket history and now he is reportedly set to retire from all forms of cricket at the end of the current County Season. He has been a prolific player for England on the international stage before he quit in 2018 and since then he has been playing County Cricket. The 38-year-old with 12,472 runs in his 161 Tests is England's top run-scorer in Test cricket and has captained England to win 2 Ashes Series against Australia. He is  currently playing for Essex in the ongoing County Championship 2023 and is hoping to land one final title for his side before he hangs his gloves for good. Alastair Cook plans to spend more time on his family's farm, according to reports, and he believes that it is the perfect time to move on and make room for newer players.

Alastair Cook Set To Reportedly Retire From All Forms of Cricket

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