Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Batter Ambati Rayudu When he tweeted that the current Indian Premier League (IPL) edition would be his last, it was a hot topic on social media.
“I’m happy to announce that this will be my last IPL. I played it and had a great time being part of two great teams for 13 years. Mumbai for a great trip. A big thank you to Indians and Csk. “ I wrote Rayudu.
Shortly after the congratulatory wish began, an IPL veteran deleted his original tweet.
Rayudu, who won the IPL five times, announced his retirement to international cricket in 2019 after being overlooked by Team India’s 2019 World Cup team. He then forcibly returned to CSK and won his second title in the Chennai-based franchise in 2021.
According to CSK CEO Curcy ViswanasanRayudu hasn’t retired from IPL and may be angry with his performance in the ongoing edition.
“No, he’s not retired. Maybe he wasn’t happy with his performance and might have put it out. I think it’s just psychological. He’s with us There will be. “ Vishwanasan was reportedly said.
Ambati Rayudu’s CSKCEOKasi Vishwanathan:
No, he hasn’t retired. Maybe he wasn’t happy with his performance and he might have put it out. I think it’s just psychological. He will be with us.# IPL2022
— Subhayan Chakraborty (@CricSubhayan) May 14, 2022
of IPL 2022Rayudu has averaged 27.10 and 271 runs in 12 games so far. His team is out of the playoff race after losing eight in 12 games. The Superkings have two matches this season between the Gujarat Titans and the Rajasthan Royals.
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IPL 2022: CSK batter Ambati Rayudu withdraws retirement tweet
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