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Former Indian pace bowler RP Singh announced retirement from International cricket



Former Indian pace bowler RP Singh announced retirement from International cricket: Details, Career Highlights

Former Indian pacer Rudra Pratap Singh (32 Years) on 5th September 2018, announced his retirement officially from all forms of cricket through his social media account. His international career spanned a period of six years and he played 82 matches across all three formats and picked up over 100 wickets. 

RP Singh played 14 Tests, 58 one-day internationals and 10 T20 Internationals for India after making his international debut in an ODI against Zimbabwe in Harare exactly 13 years ago.

RP Singh left arm bowler took 40 Test wickets at an economy rate of 3.98, averaging 42.05. In 58 ODIs, he bagged 69 wickets at an economy rate of 5.48 averaging 33.96. He also has played 10 T20Is where he picked up 15 wickets.

RP Singh last featured in an international game in an ODI against England in Cardiff on 16th September 2011, and finished his international career with 124 wickets to his name.

RP Singh posts his international cricketing days, he continued to play at the domestic level and went on to have a successful first-class career where he picked up 301 wickets in 94 games at an average of 30.57, of which 209 came in the Ranji Trophy. 


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