On Wednesday, September 14, former India batter Robin Uthappa introduced his retirement from all types of cricket. The Karnataka batter took to Twitter to announce the event.
The precise-handed batter made his debut for staff India towards England in Guwahati and went on to play 46 ODIs, wherein he gathered a complete of 934 runs. Uthappa additionally represented India in 13 T20Is, the place he amassed 249 runs at a strike-rate of 118.01.
The swashbuckling was additionally part of the Indian squad within the inaugural version of T20 World Cup in 2007 and performed a number of essential knocks within the showpiece occasion.
Uthappa, in his word thanked all of the IPL groups he has performed to date, together with Chennai Tremendous Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders for whom he additionally received 2 titles throughout his keep.
“It has been my best honour to characterize my nation and my state, Karnataka. Nevertheless, all good issues should come to an finish, and with a grateful coronary heart, I’ve determined to retire from all types of Indian cricket. Thanks all,” wrote Uthappa.