‘Ya’ bowler retires & nbsp
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- A fast bowler who played for the Indian cricket team has retired
- Retired at the age of 33
- Corona decided to retire considering the crisis and limited opportunities in the future
Navi Delhi: A fast bowler who played for the Indian cricket team has retired. He posted a post on Twitter announcing his retirement from all forms of cricket. In this post, he thanked his wife, mother, friends from the world of cricket as well as colleagues and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The bowler retired at the age of 33.
Sudeep Tyagi is the name of the retired bowler. He announced his retirement by tweeting. It is very difficult to retire but Sudip Tyagi said that he made this decision after much thought. I had a good career as a cricketer. Every player’s dream is to represent the country. “I was able to fulfill this dream and I am happy,” said Sudip Tyagi in a tweet announcing his retirement. (indian pacer sudeep tyagi announces retirement from all format of cricket share emotional post on twitter)
Tyagi thanked former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. He said that he played ODIs under Dhoni. Dhoni, Mohammad Kaif, RP Singh and Suresh Raina are and will remain ideal cricketers for Tyagi. He said that he has learned a lot from ideal cricketers. It is difficult for a cricketer to retire from cricket. But with realism in mind, bad decisions have to be made. Sudip Tyagi said that he was announcing his retirement keeping this in mind.
Sudip Tyagi thanked the BCCI office bearers, officers, coaches, teammates, team management, support staff, wife and mother. He especially thanked his wife and mother for their steadfast support in times of need. “My family is the biggest support for me,” said Sudip Tyagi.
Sudip Tyagi played 41 matches in first-class cricket. He took 109 wickets. He took 31 wickets in 23 List A matches. This performance was noticed by the team management that selects players for the IPL. Sudip Tyagi played in the IPL in 2009 and 2010. In recognition of his performance in the IPL, the selection committee gave him a chance to play for Team India.
Sudip Tyagi made his international debut as India’s fastest bowler against Sri Lanka in 2009. In this match in Delhi, he bowled 6 overs and gave only 15 runs. But the match was stopped on the grounds that the pitch was dangerous. Sudip Tyagi played four international ODIs. He took 3 wickets in these 4 matches. In addition, he played in an international Twenty20 match. He played his last international for India in 2010.
Sudip Tyagi played for Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad. He played a total of 14 matches in the IPL.
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Sudip Tyagi decided to retire, considering that there would be limited opportunities in the future and it would be difficult to perform well, considering both the first-class cricket tournament and age, which had been postponed due to the Corona crisis.