That's a shame.Harris has retired
Was a gun bowler but his body let him down.
Harris doesn't play white ball cricket, this is a retirement from all forms of the game. I think he'll become a bowling coach somewhere in the future.That's a shame.
Has he packed it all in, or is he going to see if cutting back to just 20 over cricket is something his body can accept for a few years?
Cracking bowler when he was fit. Seemed remarkably good at performing close to his best, even after he'd not been able to play for a little while.
I agree, he was a tremendous bowler.Ryan Harris is truly among the best in modern era. Injuries meant his records, especially aggregates are not high and in future someone just looking at numbers won't understand how special he was as a bowler. Bowling average of under 24 and strike rate of 50 tell about his calibre. Economy rate of just 2.64 as well which is some achievement in modern era when teams are more positive towards scoring in tests. All points to a very skillful bowler who was very consistent to go with it. Will be missed.