Renowned Aussies fast bowler Peter Siddle has announced retirement from International Cricket.

35 Years old, Siddle has represented Australia in 67 Test matches, and took 267 wickets,

Peter Siddle has decided to part ways with International Cricket before the test match played against New Zealand.

He played his last test match in Ashes series but he was called on for the Boxing Day test match.

Siddle has represented Australia for 11 years, he also stated that it is very difficult to analyze the best to say goodbye.

Peter said that it might have been greater if this would have been at his homeland. He said that he is thankful to the team management and cricket board for giving the chance to represent the country.

Team captain Tim Paine said that Peter Siddle has always put his great effort for the team

Peter Siddle got out the legendary Batsman Sachin Tendulkar, He also got hat trick in a test match against England in 2010.