IPL 2022: CSK CEO has confirmed that Ambati Rayudu will not be retiring from the match.© BCCI/IPL
created an enormous flutter on Saturday after tweeting that the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 can be his final. The Chennai Tremendous Kings veteran batter’s tweet got here at 12:46pm however was deleted virtually an hour later. It created an enormous confusion on whether or not the continued version was actually the “final IPL” for Rayudu, as claimed by the 36-year-old in his now-deleted Tweet. In 12 matches within the IPL 2022 , Rayudu has scored 271 runs at a median of 27.10.
“I’m completely happy to announce that this might be my final IPL. I’ve had an exquisite time enjoying it and being part of 2 nice groups for 13 years,” tweeted Rayudu. “Would like to sincerely thank Mumbai Indians and CSK for the great journey.”
He later deleted the tweet. Chennai Tremendous Kings CEO Kasi Viswanathan has now clarified that Rayudu is “not retiring.”
“He was a bit disenchanted that he was not doing properly. So, he mistakenly put out that tweet. I’ve defined issues to him. He isn’t retiring,” Vishwanathan instructed IHNS over a cellphone name. “He might be with us.”
Rayudu was purchased for a good-looking sum of INR 6.75 crore CSK within the IPL 2022 public sale however has failed to search out consistency this season.
Rayudu is the third-highest run-getter for CSK this season after(313 runs) and (289 runs).
CSK are already out of the playoffs race after their loss to Mumbai Indians of their earlier match. In 12 matches up to now, CSK have gained solely 4 and sit on the ninth place within the 10-team league.
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