“I’m completely satisfied to announce that this shall be my final ipl. I’ve had a beautiful time taking part in it and being part of 2 nice groups for 13 years. Would like to sincerely thank Mumbai Indians and Csk for the fantastic journey,” learn Rayudu’s tweet on his official Twitter account.
In response to his tweet, former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan had tweeted, “Performed cricket with you since our u-19 days. At all times admire your batting and power you give on the sector. Want you nicely to your journey forward brother. You’ve gotten achieved very nicely and needs to be happy with your achievement @RayuduAmbati.”
However after Rayudu deleted the tweet, followers have been left questioning over why he retracted from his authentic retirement announcement. After being introduced again by Chennai in IPL Mega Auction for INR 6.2 crores, Rayudu has scored 271 runs in 12 matches at a median of 27.10 and strike-rate of 124.31, changing into the third-highest run-getter for the facet in IPL 2022.
Chennai’s CEO Kasi Viswanathan mentioned to NDTV that Rayudu isn’t retiring from the IPL. “He was a bit disenchanted that he was not doing nicely. So, he mistakenly put out that tweet. I’ve defined issues to him. He’s not retiring. He shall be with us.”
Beforehand, Rayudu, a five-time IPL winner, had introduced retirement from all codecs of the sport in 2019 after being ignored for India’s 15-member squad in Males’s Cricket World Cup. However he quickly made a u-turn and returned to taking part in cricket within the home area in addition to the IPL.