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Indian Cricketer Ambati Rayadu Retires From International Cricket: Reason, Profile

Indian Cricketer Ambati Rayadu Retires From International Cricket: Reason, Profile, Career

Indian cricketer and middle-order batsman Ambati Rayudu has decided to retire from all forms of cricket on 3rd July 2019.

Ambati Rayudu was ignored for the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019 twice over, by selectors first by Rishabh Pant being selected and then by Mayank Agarwal replacing injured Vijay Shankar.

Ambati Rayudu first made his first-class debut in the 2001-02 season for Hyderabad in a Ranji Trophy pre-quarterfinal match against Himachal Pradesh, Rayudu went on to play 55 ODIs and 6 T20Is for India

Ambati Rayudu (33-year-old) was born on 23rd September 1985 who hails from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Ambati Rayadu till date has played 55 One Day Internationals (ODIs) and 6 Twenty-Twenty (T20Is) matches for Indian national team.

Ambati Rayadu so far has scored 1694 ODIs runs scoring three century's and Ten fifty's and 42 T20Is runs and 6,151 runs in first-class cricket. 

Reason of Retirement

Ambati Rayudu on 17th April 2019, was put on standbys in India's squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup but was ignored despite an injury to first opener Shikhar Dhawan and then to all-rounder Vijay Shankar. Rishabh Pant was brought into the side when Dhawan was ruled out while Mayank Agarwal replaced Vijay on the team management's insistence.


 

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