This Indian fast bowler retired, wrote an emotional message


new Delhi: Former India fast bowler Sudeep Tyagi has announced his retirement from all formats of cricket. This 33-year-old player has given information about this on social media. He tweeted, ‘So far in the decisions I have taken, it was the most difficult to call my dream’ Goodbye ‘.

He said, ‘I have achieved what every player dreams of representing the country’.

Tyagi (Sudeep Tyagi) further wrote, ‘I want to thank Mahendra Singh Dhoni under whose leadership I played my ODI. I would also like to thank my idol Mohammad Kaif, RP Singh and Suresh Raina. It is very difficult to say goodbye to cricket but we have to do it to move forward ‘.

He said, ‘I am grateful to all the BCCI officials, my coaches, team mates, team management and support staff. In the end, I thank my wife, who always stood by me for help in good and bad times. My mother prays for me every day and thanks also to those in my family who supported me ‘.

Tyagi has taken 109 wickets in 41 first class matches. He has taken 31 wickets in 23 List A matches. After which he got a chance to play in the IPL. He was part of the IPL in 2009 and 2010.

Tyagi had a golden opportunity to play in the Indian team after performing brilliantly in the IPL. He played his debut match against Sri Lanka in Delhi in 2009. In that match, he gave just 15 runs in 6 overs. However, the umpires stopped the match due to the dangerous pitch.

Let us know that Tyagi (Sudeep Tyagi) played four ODIs in his career in which he took three wickets. Apart from this, the 33-year-old also played a T20 international. The last time he played for India was in 2010. He has played 14 Indian Premier League matches for Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad together.

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