Suresh Raina declares retirement from all types of cricket
Suresh Raina, the previous India hitter, reported his retirement from all types of cricket, on Tuesday.
The 35-year-old hitter last played in a T20 challenge in October 2021, when Chennai Super Kings confronted Rajasthan Royals.
He hadn't highlighted in a List An or a First-Class match beginning around 2018.
Raina, who had resigned from worldwide cricket in 2020, composed on Twitter, "It has been a flat out distinction to address my nation and state UP.
I might want to declare my retirement from all organizations of Cricket.
I might want to say thanks to BCCI, UPCA (Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association), Chennai Super Kings, Rajiv Shukla sir and every one of my fans for their help and unfaltering confidence in my capacities."
A result of the India Under-19 arrangement and a piece of the 2004 world cup, Raina made his top notch debut in 2002-03 for Uttar Pradesh.
He proceeded to play 109 top notch matches, scoring 6871 runs and picking 41 wickets.
The southpaw acquired progress in restricted overs cricket.
In the wake of making his List A presentation - an organization he played 302 games in, scoring 8078 runs and taking 64 wickets - in 2005 against Madhya Pradesh, he was optimized into the public side.
Nonetheless, it was in T20 cricket that he established the most grounded connection, playing 336 matches, scoring 8654 runs and picking 54 wickets.
Quite possibly of the best player in the Indian Premier League, Raina completed his vocation with 5528 runs - the fifth most elevated in the competition's set of experiences and been a piece of CSK's title triumphs in 2010, 2011, 2018 and 2021.
Raina was a fundamental figure of the CSK arrangement, being a piece of the establishment consistently, with the exception of 2020, from the very outset till 2021.
In 2016 and 2017 when the establishment was prohibited from IPL, he drove Gujarat Lions