Ambati Rayudu Retires from Longer format of cricket


Ambati Rayudu retires from longer form of cricket.

Ambati Rayudu announced that he will quit playing longer format of games as he want to concentrate on shorter formats in which he is been doing exceptionally well recently.

“I have made a decision to retire from the longer format of the game keeping in view my injury history and my body going forward. This would help me focus on the shorter formats of the game and become much better at them and also will have time to keep my body in an extremely fit condition,” Ambati Rayudu wrote in his email.

“I really would thank the Hyderabad Cricket Association and the BCCI for helping me get to where I am. I would also take this moment to thank my previous Associations Andhra, Baroda and Vidharbha for their support,” Rayudu added.
Rayudu has the experience of 97 first-class matches under his belt. He averaged 45.56 with 6,151 runs in this format.