Suresh Raina an Indian popular cricket player announces his retirement from all the formats of cricket matches. The player decides to take up his retirement at the age of 35 from the game of cricket. Check the article about Suresh Raina Retirement and All Formats Stats including IPL.
This Tuesday the player makes it to announce on his official Twitter handle his retirement from all the formats of cricket.
He tweets “It has been an absolute honor to represent my country & state UP. I would like to announce my retirement from all formats of cricket.”
Raina will now be taking part in games like Road Safety Series World T20 and the overseas T20 Leagues. In 2020 he took his retirement from international cricket.
Surest Raina is a popular and professional Indian cricketer who marks his game in the position of Batsman. He is an Indian player born in Muradnagar, Uttar Pradesh in 1986.
Suresh Raina Retirement: All Formats Stats including Indian Premier League
Further, he states “I want to continue playing cricket for two or three years” as stated by one of the leading sports news portals. Further, he says, “There are some exciting youngsters who are coming through the ranks of Uttar Pradesh cricket. I have already taken my No Object Certificate (NOC) from the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA).”
He has informed BCCI secretary Jay Shah and vice-president Rajiv Shukla about his decision. “I will play in the Road Safety Series. T20 franchises from South Africa, Sri Lanka, and UAE have contacted me but I am yet to take my decision.”
Raina is a batsman and he is a right-arm off-spin bowler and left-handed batsman. The player is famous for various nicknames like Sonu, Chinna Thala, Raina, and Mr. IPL.
The other domestic teams he is a part of are Uttar Pradesh, Chennai Super Kings, Gujarat Lions, and Chennai Super Kings again.
He has marked his game in 18 test matches,226 ODI, 78 T20I, and 109 FC. Also check here Rohit Sharma Ranking Of All Formats, Records.