Australia fast bowler Brett Lee has retired from international cricket.
The 35-year-old returned home early from the recent one-day tour of England with a calf strain, the latest in a long line of injuries.
Lee quit Test cricket in February 2010 and exits the one-day arena with 380 wickets - one short of Glenn McGrath's record for an Australian - at an average of 23.36 from 221 matches.
At his peak, Lee was arguably the finest quick bowler in the world, and bowled the second-fastest recorded delivery of all time at 99.9mph in Napier, New Zealand, in 2005.
Born in New South Wales, Lee made his Test debut against India in 1999 and his one-day bow the following year.
Only six players have bettered Lee's tally of 380 ODI wickets. He also took 310 wickets at an average of 30.81 in 76 Tests, and 28 wickets at 25.50 apiece in 25 Twenty20 internationals.
He was a central figure in the Australia sides that dominated world cricket in the 1990s and 2000s, and won the World Cup in 2003 as well as three of the four Ashes series he took part in.
An ankle problem kept him out of Australia's triumphant 2007 World Cup campaign, while he also suffered toe, back, elbow and side problems throughout an injury-plagued career.
Lee was not offered a central contract in Cricket Australia's latest round of agreements, and turned down a deal with NSW last month as he felt he would be available for only a handful of one-day matches.
He will continue to play domestic Twenty20 cricket for NSW and in the Indian Premier League.
Lee had hoped to play in the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka later this year, but his final appearance for Australia came in the fourth ODI against England at Chester-le-Street last week, when he took 0-12 off 2.2 overs in an eight-wicket loss before injury forced him off the field.
Source: BBC SPORT