<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Mathew Sinclair retires from international cricket" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130717093742.jpg" title="Mathew Sinclair retires from international cricket" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Mathew Sinclair played 33 Test matches and 54 ODIs for New Zealand © Getty Images</p> </div> <strong>Wellington: Jul 17, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> New Zealand player <a href="/tags/Mathew-Sinclair/post" target="_blank">Mathew Sinclair</a> has announce his retirement from all forms of cricket on Wednesday. Sinclair, 37 admitted that he took the decision since he was unemployed.<br /> <br /> "The reality is, this is what it's like. It has been quite a tough decision to make. I was very keen to go another season. I would only be 38. It has been very hard to look for some sort of meaningful employment," Sinclair was quoted as saying <em>Manawatu Standard</em>.<br /> <br /> According to the report, the six months of pay in the year wasn’t sufficient for Sinclair to support his wife Tina, son Liam, 4, and daughter Holly, 3.<br /> <br /> The batsman said that since he was around for only six months to work in a year, he wasn't able to market himself well to the employers. "I had to make a conscious decision to give up the game to make myself more marketable," said Sinclair who has a keen interest in client management and team building.<br /> <br /> Sinclair played 33 Test matches and 54 ODIs for <a href="/tags/New-Zealand/post" target="_blank">New Zealand</a>. He had scored a double hundred on his Test debut against West Indies.