Cricket: This Indian cricketer took retirement, wrote an emotional post


Many cricketers of the Indian cricket team have demonstrated their game to date. The main thing is that these players grew up on the strength of this game. An Indian cricketer has opted out of such a game. Writing an emotional post on social media, he said that he was saying goodbye to dreams.

It is Sudeep Tyagi who decides to get away from all forms of cricket. At the age of 33, he announced this huge decision through a social media post. He wrote, "This is the biggest decision we've ever said goodbye to dreams."

He thanked Mahendra Singh Dhoni for allowing him to play one-day cricket. He also thanked Mohammad Kaif, RP Singh, and Suresh Raina. "It is difficult to say goodbye to cricket, but we have to take this decision for the future," he said.

He thanked everyone from the BCCI to the coaches and the team's support staff. Thanking the family, he asserted his authority first and foremost in his life.

What is Tyagi's data?

In first-class cricket, Tyagi took 109 wickets in 41 matches. He was also a part of IPL in 2009 and 2010. It was only after a good performance there that he got an opportunity to work in the Indian cricket team. As Sudeep wrote a post that he was stepping out of the cricket circle, many wished him good luck for the future.