Rayudu Retires From All Forms of Int'l Cricket

Rayudu Retires From All Forms of Int'l Cricket

Rayudu Retires From All Forms of Int'l Cricket

Rayudu retires from all forms of international cricket on Wednesday

Indian batsman Ambati Rayudu announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket on Wednesday. 

This comes after he was ignored by Indian selectors for the second time when they chose batsman Mayank Agarwal to replace injured all-rounder Vijay Shankar in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. The first time was when Shankar was chosen to be in the World Cup squad in April over Rayudu.

Rayudu scored 1,694 runs in 55 one-day international (ODI) matches with three centuries,10 half-centuries, and an average of 47.05. Additionally, he scored 42 runs in six T20Is.

India will play their last league stage match against Sri Lanka on Saturday at Headingley Carnegie. The Men in Blue currently have -714 odds to win the match while the Lions have +520 odds.

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