new Delhi: Former India fast bowler Sudeep Tyagi has retired from all formats of cricket last Tuesday, but now news is coming that he may be seen playing in the first season of Lanka Premier League (LPL).
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33-year-old Tyagi represented India in 4 ODIs and one T20 match from 2009 to 2010. He has also represented UP and Hyderabad in first class cricket. He has 109 wickets in 41 first class cricket. He played his last first-class match in 2017.
– Sudeep Tyagi (@ sudeeptyagi005) November 17, 2020
Tyagi said, “LPL is in the pipeline but nothing is sure yet.” I am lucky that I could play cricket at a high level, could represent India, I am proud of it. Many people have helped me in my journey. I want to thank my first Ranji captain Mohammad Kaif who inspired me a lot.
Sudeep further said, ‘I also want to thank Suresh Raina. He too comes from Ghaziabad like me. I started playing cricket after seeing him. I also want to thank Mahendra Singh Dhoni, under whose guidance I played international cricket. Tyagi feels that injuries have greatly affected his career.
He said, ‘I got continuous injuries and I was out for two and a half to three years. At first I got a shoulder injury. After this in the ankle and back. My career was going well but I got hurt. Injuries are a part of the game so we cannot blame them, but I think if I did not feel hurt, I could have played more.
Sudeep said, ‘Competition in India is very strong and therefore injuries push you back. I got hurt and so I fell behind. I don’t regret it, but sometimes I feel that I could have played more. If he plays LPL, he will become the fourth Indian player to join the league. Before that, Irfan Pathan, Munaf Patel and Manpreet Goni have tied up with LPL.