Why Ambati Rayudu announces retirement from all forms of cricket?

Know the real truth why Rayudu announces retirement from cricket .

Middle order batsman Ambati Rayudu was not included in 15 members squad for ongoing world cup 2019.He was not selected in squad after Sikhar Dhawan and Vijay Shankar injuries, instead of him Rishav Pant and Mayank Agrawal was selected as their replacement.After this Rayudu tweet to BCCI which make bad impression. Rayudu tweet to BCCI. Rayudu tweet to BCCI that JUST ORDERED  NEW SET OF 3D GLASS TO WATCH THE WORLD CUP.

 


Career batting statistics
Right handed batsman
Format
M
Inn
NO
Runs
HS
Avg
SR
100s
50s
one day match
2013–19
55
50
14
1694
124 *
47.0
79.0
3
10
T20 International
2014–16
6
5
1
42
20
10.5
84.0
0
0
IPL
2010–19
147
140
25
3300
100 *
28.7
126.0
1
18
First class
2002–17
97
156
21
6151
210
45.6
16
34
List a
2002–
167
157
26
5333
124 *
40.7
79.6
5
39
T20
2007–
223
212
30
4758
100 *
26.1
122.6
1
25

Ambati Rayudu will be remembered in the cricket world . A player rich in versatility who lost on the field of politics, not sports. Rayudu did not blame to anyone  for his retirement in the mail to BCCI . Ambati Rayudu , who is known as his tempramental personality said goodbye to cricket world. He was selected in 2015 worldcup squad , but he did not get the chance to play even in a match.Finally when the dam patience broke, he announced his retirement on 3 july 2019 .  Although he will continue IPL.

Virat Kohli wrote on twitter wishing Rayudu

‘Good luck ahead. You are a top level player.

According to BCCI statement, Raydu  wrote in a  letter to the board

“I have decided to retire from all forms of cricket.”

” It has been a great time  for me. And i have learned a lot from the ups and downs in my career in the last 25 years.

He thanked to BCCI and all state association to that gave him opportunity to play.He included names of Hyderabad, Baroda, Andhra Pradesh and Vidarbha.

BCCI has also congratulated Rayudu for the future.

 

 

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