Ambati Rayudu Posts Ongoing Season Will Be His "Last IPL", Deletes Tweet Later
CSK star Ambati Rayudu took to Twitter announce that the IPL 2022 season will be his last in the cash-rich league but later deleted his tweet.
Chennai Super Kings batter Ambati Rayudu on Saturday took to Twitter to announce that the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 season will be his last in the cash-rich league but later deleted his tweet. Taking to Twitter, Rayudu wrote: "I am happy to announce that this will be my last ipl. I have had a wonderful time playing it and being a part of 2 great teams for 13 years. Would love to sincerely thank Mumbai Indians and Csk for the wonderful journey."
Over the years, Rayudu has become a key part of the CSK batting lineup and displayed both attacking and conservative game to bail his side out of trouble.
So far, Rayudu has played 187 games in the IPL, scoring 4,187 runs at an average of 29.28. He also has a good strike rate of 127.26, with his highest score being 100 not out in the tournament.
In his IPL career, Rayudu represented Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings. He represented Mumbai Indians from 2010 to 2017.
Before the 2018 IPL, Rayudu was picked up by CSK. The franchise had not retained the batter for the ongoing season, but he was picked up in the mega auction by the MS Dhoni-led side.
Rayudu's IPL career began in 2010 with a stint with Mumbai Indians. In his first season, the right-handed batter had scored 356 runs in 14 matches.