Sudeep Tyagi Retires from All Forms of Cricket

Sudeep Tyagi Retires from All Forms of Cricket

Sudeep Tyagi Retires from All Forms of Cricket

Indian pacer Sudeep Tyagi has officially announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on his Twitter account. 

Sudeep Tyagi was last seen playing for the Indian national cricket team in 2010. Still, he continued to play in first-class and List-A matches. Just recently, he posted on his Twitter account to announce that he is officially retiring from all forms of cricket. 

Tyagi had his international debut in a T20I match played against Sri Lanka in December 2009. After a short while, he also had his ODI debut in a match played against the same opposition. In his short international career, he managed to play one T20I and four ODIs where he managed to take three wickets. 

As seen on his Twitter account, Tyagi said, ‘This is the most difficult decision I ever made, to say goodbye to my dream’. In the picture posted on the tweet, a letter was seen with the message, ‘I want to thank each one of you who has supported me. I have achieved what is every player’s dream to represent the country and wear the Indian flag is a dream I lived’. 

‘I want to thank each one of you who has supported me. I have achieved what is every player’s dream to represent the country and wear the Indian flag is a dream I lived. I want to thank M.S Dhoni under whom I played my first ODI. I thank my role models Mohammad Kaif, Suresh Raina, RP Singh alongside whom I had the opportunity to debut my career for UPCA’, he added. 

Aside from that, he also took the opportunity to thank MS Dhoni and his role models Mohammad Kaif, RP Singh, and Suresh Raina whom he happened to play with during his time in Uttar Pradesh. 

Aside from his international playing experience, Tyagi managed to play a total of 23 List A matches and take part in two seasons of the IPL. Tyagi also played 41 first-class matches for UP. In fact, it was with that team that he picked up a ten-wicket haul and became instrumental to their final game for the Ranji Trophy in 2007. To learn more about how cricket is played, visit Betwala. 

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