Siddle, who bid adieu to international cricket in December last year after snaring 221 wickets in 67 Tests, said he would look to "play good cricket" and "develop his coaching skills".
Peter Siddle retires: A workhorse, fighter but above all a player who gave his everything for the team
Siddle will always be remembered as a fighter, someone who kept plugging away and probably didn’t get the accolades in the media like his fellow peers. But if you ask any of the four captains (Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke, Steve Smith or Tim Paine) he played under — who would run through a brick wall for the team? The unanimous choice would be Peter Siddle.
Australia vs New Zealand: Tim Paine says team lucky to have 'high-quality' fast bowlers like James Pattinson in the squad
Pattinson, who replaced the injured Josh Hazlewood in Australia’s formidable pace attack, crashed through New Zealand’s top order with a three-wicket burst in nine deliveries in the morning
Australia vs New Zealand: Aussie pacer Peter Siddle announces retirement from international cricket after 67 Tests
Siddle announced his international retirement on Sunday, with Australia in a comfortable position on day four of the Boxing Day Test.
Hazlewood suffered a low-grade hamstring tear in his second over in the opening match of the series in Perth and did not bowl again as Australia romped to a 296-run victory inside four days.
Australia vs New Zealand: Peter Siddle considered as hosts eye five-pronged bowling attack for Melbourne Test
Peter Siddle could be in for a surprise recall for the Boxing Day test against New Zealand as Australia considers deploying a five-pronged attack on what is expected to be a benign Melbourne Cricket Ground pitch.
Australia vs Pakistan: Speedster Peter Siddle looking to perform well in domestic games for Test return
Fast bowler Peter Siddle believes that if he keeps on performing well in the domestic tournaments, he may don the white jersey for Australia again.
Lyon is the latest Australian to sign with an English county for the 2020 season, with Travis Head joining Sussex, Cameron Bancroft at Durham and Peter Siddle returning to Essex
Australian pacer Peter Siddle says he still has the hunger to 'pull on that Baggy Green' despite intense competition in Test side
Australian bowler Peter Siddle, who was out of action following a hip injury, is upbeat and wants to don the white jersey for the Kangaroos again.
Australia's Peter Siddle, Dan Christian to co-captain Prime Minister's XI in T20 against Sri Lanka in October
Siddle, was a member of Australia's Test squad which recently retained the Ashes in England.
Ashes 2019, Australia vs England, Highlights, 5th Test Day 3 at The Oval, Full Cricket Score: Hosts lead by 382 runs
Catch the scores and latest updates from Day 3 of the fifth Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Oval.
Ashes 2019: Australia drops Usman Khawaja, James Pattinson for fourth Test as Steve Smith returns after concussion injury
Selectors named a 12-man squad for the fourth Test, with David Warner and Marcus Harris as openers but leaving out Khawaja, who has averaged just 20.33 in six innings
Ashes 2019: Mitchell Starc presses case for call-up to Test squad with four-wicket haul as Australia beat Derbyshire in tour match
The three-day match against Derbyshire was also Steve Smith's first innings since suffering a concussion in the second Test after being hit by a Jofra Archer bouncer
Ashes 2019: Post Steve Smith's arresting leaves and histrionics, Jofra Archer 'leaves' him battered and bruised
Steve Smith laid the marker with an arresting batting display which featured some quintessential 'leaves' before England's Jofra Archer spoiled the party
Ashes 2019: James Pattinson left out of Australia's 12-man squad for Lord's Test, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood included
James Pattinson made his first Australia appearance in over three years during the first Ashes Test at Edgbaston. Australia won in Birmingham by 251 runs.
Ashes 2019: Justin Langer says Australia would want Pat Cummins to play all five Tests but it's not 'humanly possible'
Pat Cummins took seven wickets in two innings of first Test as Australia registered a massive 251-run victory against England in the Ashes match.
Ashes 2019: England's batsmen took opportunities and made it hard for Australian bowlers to take wickets, says team mentor Steve Waugh
Australia were on the back foot after the second day at Edgbaston after England’s Rory Burns hit an unbeaten 125 to lead his side to 267 for four, a first-innings deficit of 17 runs with six wickets in hand.
Ashes debutant Burns was 125 not out, with the Surrey left-handed opener, whose innings started on Thursday, receiving a huge ovation from the crowd as he walked off
Ashes series 2019, England vs Australia, Highlights, 1st Test Day 2 at Edgbaston, Full Cricket Score: Rory Burns slams ton; hosts trail by 17
Catch all the latest updates from the second day of the first test between England and Australia at the Ashes on our LIVE blog
Ashes 2019: Pat Cummins, Peter Siddle shine on Day 1 of Australia's intra-squad warm-up match at Hampshire
Pat Cummins and Petter Siddle both took three wickets each out of the 17 to fall as bowlers dominated the first day of Australia's intra-squad match at Hampshire's Rose Bowl ground.