The Australia captain will play his final game against New Zealand on Sunday.
Aaron Finch has announced he will retire from one-day internationals.
after the final match of the series against New Zealand in Cairns on Sunday.
Next month, he will continue to captain the T20 side in their defence of the World Cup title.
“It has been a fantastic ride with some incredible memories,” Finch said. “I have been extremely fortunate to be a part of some brilliant one-day sides.
Similarly, those I have played with in the background I have been honored by every one of those .
Finch has endured an awful run of form in 50-over cricket this year.
Making just 169 runs at 13, with five of his last 12 innings being ducks, including two days ago in Cairns.
In his last seven innings, he has made 26 runs.
He had set his sights on making the 2023 ODI World Cup in India his swansong for a long time.
He had started to think about this decision before the Zimbabwe series in Townsville
but had realised next year’s tournament was out of reach.
Though his recent knee problem is not causing significant issues, he has a troublesome shoulder.
Australia has eight T20Is for Finch to try and find some form before starting their campaign against New Zealand at the SCG.
Finch confirmed he was committed to the BBL season with Melbourne Renegades.
the after T20 World Cup and would assess his career after that competition.
The growing T20 franchise world offers Finch plenty of potential options on the domestic scene.
Following the World Cup, Australia does not have any more T20Is until next August against South Africa.
He said, “They’ll be a decent break before anything else, so that will give me a chance to sit down and reassess where everything is at”.
“They’ll be a decent break before anything else, so that will give me a chance to sit down and reassess where everything is at,” he said.
Despite the lean end of his ODI career, Finch will exit with an outstanding record.
that brought over 5400 runs with 17 hundred, one of the highest by an Australian behind Ricky Ponting (29), David Warner (18) and Mark Waugh (18).