Bravo was the leading run-scorer in the 2023 Super50 Cup, where he captained Trinidad & Tobago to the title. As a number three batter, he scored 416 runs in the tournament at an average of 83.20 and a strike rate of 92.03.
"I've taken some time to ponder and wonder what's my next step moving forward as a cricketer. At this point in my career it's not easy or should I say it takes a lot to continue to find the energy, the passion, commitment and discipline to be able to perform to the best of my ability and put myself in a position to make my return to international cricket. Without any level communication I've been left in a very dark place," wrote Bravo in his statement on Instagram.