Ambati Rayudu U-turn on retirement from cricket will now return to the team
Ambati Rayudu U-turn on retirement from cricket
“I want to come back from retirement and play cricket in all formats,” Ambati Rayudu wrote to the HCA, in which raidu’s emotional letter to The Hindu reads: “I would like to thank Chennai Super Kings, VVS Laxman and Noel David. , who supported me in difficult times. Explained that I still have cricket left. I am waiting for the Hyderabad team to play. I will be available from September 10 to join the Hyderabad team,” he said.
“Ambati Rayudu has withdrawn her retirement announcement and made herself available for a limited over format in the 2019-10 season,” HCA Chief Selector Noel David said in a press release. “This is good news for us. I think they still have five years of cricket and the rest of the world and the youth to prepare, which is important for us. We struggled in the Ranji Trophy without him last year,” he said.
Noel David said, “Rayudu level and experience will be useful for Hyderabad. Their play will have a positive impact on other players. Because he will play in all formats. I’m sure they’ll get support from all sides.’
In fact, Ambati Thirupathi Rayudu was placed among the reserve players for the World Cup. Despite the injury of opener Shikhar Dhawan and No. 4-ranked Vijay Shankar during the World Cup, Raidu was not included in the squad. On the other hand, Rishabh Pant and Mayank Agarwal were inducted into the team. Frustrated by this, Raidu said goodbye to international cricket.
Rayudu scored a total of 1,694 runs in 55 ODIs with an average of 47.05 for India. His highest score is unbeaten 124 runs. He also pitched 3 centuries and 10 half-centuries. He also played 6 T20 Internationals. He scored only 42 runs at an average of 10.50. In addition, his name in 97 first-class matches is 6,151 runs.