4. John Hastings
In October 2017, Aussie quick John Hastings announced retirement from first-class and one-day forms of cricket owing to multiple major surgeries and the subsequent toll on his body.
He played 29 ODIs and nine T20 internationals for Australia and year 2016 has been a revelation for him as he picked up 29 wickets in 15 ODI’s-equal with Imran Tahir and only behind Adam Zampa.
His sole focus will be on T20 cricket and has been named the captain of Melbourne stars for the upcoming Big Bash League.