Brett Lee to call it quits

Brett lee, one of the best bowlers that the cricketing history has seen, has decided to quit test cricket forever. He made this decision after talking to one of the best all-rounder's of all time England's Andrew Flintoff. Brett Lee, whose career has been full of ups and downs mainly because of his injury problems, will make an official announcement this week, during a press conference.

The 33 year old veteran fast bowler has been quite injury prone throughout his career, and is currently nursing one. Andrew Flintoff who earlier retired from Test cricket in order to prolong his career had a chat with this veteran bowler who has been a part of 2 time World cup winning squad. Lee who played his last Test in December 2008 has 310 wickets.

He is at the 4th place behind Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and Deniss Lilee in the all time highest wicket takers for Australia.

The cricketer has been suffering from foot and elbow problems. In 2006, he won Wisden magazine's cricketer of the year award. He has the record for bowling the second fastest ball in the history of cricket behind Pakistan's Shoaib Akhtar at 99.9 miles (160.8 kph) in 2003.