Cricketer Sudeep Tyagi, who represented India in 4 ODIs and a T20I, on Tuesday, introduced his retirement from all types of the sport.
Saying his determination to hold up his boots, the 33-year-old stated he achieved each participant`s dream by taking part in for the nation.
“I wish to thank every one in every of you who has supported me. I’ve achieved what’s each participant`s dream to signify the nation and put on the Indian flag is a dream I lived. I now announce my retirement from all codecs of cricket and can proceed to play as and the place alternative rises,” Tyagi stated in a Twitter put up.
— Sudeep Tyagi (@sudeeptyagi005) November 17, 2020
“I wish to thank MS Dhoni underneath whom I performed my first ODI. I thank my function fashions Mohammad Kaif, Suresh Raina, RP Singh alongside whom I had the chance to debut my profession for UPCA, my first coach Sir Vipin Vats who laid my basis, and my first Ranji Trophy coach Gyanendra Pandey,” he added.
The previous pacer later thanked the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI), his coaches, and assist workers.
“I thank each BCCI official, my coaches, teammates, workforce administration, and assist workers,” Tyagi stated.