Speaking ahead of his campaign in the Big Bash League in Australia for Melbourne Renegades, Bravo said here yesterday that with little interest being shown by selectors, he had turned his attention to the lucrative Twenty20 leagues across the globe.

"Until earlier this year, I was still interested to play Test cricket but I have yet to hear anything from any selector what their plans are for me or what my position is," Bravo lamented. He continued, "I'm not shutting down my opportunities to represent the West Indies; I still 100 percent want to play for the West Indies in one day internationals and T20s”.

Following this protracted absence from the side, Bravo announced his retirement from the longer format in January this year.

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