- Holding has spent 31 years working behind the microphone
- His first TV broadcast was England’s 1990 tour of West Indies
Michael Holding is retiring after 31 years as a TV commentator. The former West Indies fast bowler played 60 Tests and 102 one-day internationals, claiming 391 wickets, before moving behind the microphone after his retirement from playing in 1987. His first TV broadcast came during England’s 1990 tour of West Indies.
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