CSK batter Ambati Rayudu announces IPL retirement, later deletes the Tweet

CSK batter Ambati Rayudu announces IPL retirement, later deletes the Tweet
CSK batter Ambati Rayudu announces IPL retirement, later deletes the Tweet
CSK batter Ambati Rayudu announces IPL retirement, later deletes the Tweet

Ambati Rayudu of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) rushed to Twitter on Saturday to say his final goodbyes to the Indian Premier League (IPL), but the batsman afterwards removed the remark.

Rayudu later removed the tweet in which he stated that the current season of the Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) will be his final season in the competition.

“I am pleased to say that this will be my final IPL appearance. For 13 years, I’ve loved playing it and being a part of two fantastic teams. Ambati Rayudu tweeted, “Would like to sincerely thank Mumbai Indians and Csk for the fantastic experience.”

Irfan Pathan, a former Indian cricketer, responded and congratulated Ambati Rayudu on a successful cricket career, saying, “Played cricket with you since our u-19 days.” Always admired your hitting and the amount of energy you put into the game. I wish you luck on your upcoming voyage, brother. @RayuduAmbati, you did an excellent job and should be pleased of your accomplishment.

This isn’t the first time Rayudu has posted ridiculous tweets about his retirement. Rayudu announced his retirement in 2019 after being snubbed by the selectors for India’s ODI World Cup squad, but he then reversed his decision and participated in the Indian Premier League.

Rayudu was signed by Chennai Super Kings (CSK) for INR 6.2 crores. During the player auctions in 2022, Chennai had to compete with a few other teams for his services.

Rayudu’s unexpected decision to end his IPL career sparked outrage among internet users, who demanded an explanation. CSK CEO Kasi Vishwanathan later clarified that Ambati Rayudu will not retire and will remain with the team for the upcoming season.

“He was a little unhappy with his performance. As a result, he sent out that tweet by accident. I explained everything to him. He has no intention of retiring. CSK CEO Kasi Vishwanathan stated, “He will be with us.”

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