Ambati Rayudu announces retirement
Indian Batsman Ambati Rayudu has made a shocking announcement today. After he was overlooked by selection committee repeatedly, he was picked as standby for World Cup but never made it to the squad ( RishabPant, Mayank Agarwal were chosen over him).
Mr. Rayudu made his International debut against Zimbabwe in July 2013. Ambati has scored 1694 runs in 55 ODI matches with an average of 47.05. In his ODI career, he scored 3 centuries and 10 half-centuries. He also played T20Is too.
This brilliant talent' cricketing career hasn't gone well since the times of captaining Team India U19 in World Cup 2004. Right from his Indian domestic career, he faced many obstacles in the form of state association politics followed by joining in ICL.
After a fight, later he got into IPL with his brilliant performances for Baroda.