Rayudu is set to return to the cricket field after announcing his retirement for international cricket in July. The 33-year-old has got the nod from Hyderabad Cricket Association (HSC) to play in the domestic tournaments.
Ambati Rayudu had decided to hang up his boots in early July but now just two months after his retirement, Rayudu hasn't ruled out a comeback to cricket, saying he is open to playing for the Indian national cricket team as well as the IPL.
Pinned to scale heights by his U-19 peers, Ambati Rayudu will instead be remembered as a World Cup reject. Fallout with cricket associations, ICL tryst and wilderness years, he is as much as a victim of circumstances as his own shortcomings. The Indian Express recounts his roller-coaster journey
Known for his temperament, cricketer Ambati Rayudu allegedly manhandled and slapped a senior citizen who reportedly objected to his rash driving. The unpleasant incident took place on Thursday morning, the senior citizen was on his morning walk and Rayudu was on his way to the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, located in Uppal, Hyderabad. To know […]