Chennai Tremendous Kings (CSK) batter Ambati Rayudu created a buzz on social media when he tweeted that the present Indian Premier League (IPL) version could be his final.
“I’m completely happy to announce that this will probably be my final ipl. I’ve had an exquisite time enjoying it and being part of 2 nice groups for 13 years. Would like to sincerely thank Mumbai Indians and Csk for the great journey,” wrote Rayudu.
Quickly after congratulatory needs started, the IPL veteran deleted his authentic tweet.
Rayudu, the five-times IPL winner, had beforehand introduced retirement to worldwide cricket in 2019 after being ignored for Group India’s 2019 World Cup squad. Subsequently, he was coerced into returning to CSK and gained his second title with the Chennai-based franchise in 2021.
Based on CSK CEO Kasi Vishwanathan, Rayudu isn’t retiring from the IPL and may be simply upset together with his performances within the ongoing version.
“No no he’s not retiring. Possibly he wasn’t completely happy together with his performances and might need put it out. Only a psychological factor, I reckon. He’ll be with us,” Vishwanathan was quoted as saying.
CSK CEO Kasi Vishwanathan on Ambati Rayudu:
No no he isn’t retiring. Possibly he wasn’t completely happy together with his performances and might need put it out. Only a psychological factor, I reckon. He’ll be with us.#IPL2022
— Subhayan Chakraborty (@CricSubhayan) May 14, 2022
In IPL 2022, Rayudu has until now scored 271 runs in 12 matches at a median of 27.10. His group is out of the playoffs race after struggling eight defeats in 12 video games. The Tremendous Kings have simply two encounters left – towards Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals – within the present season.