Former Pacer of India RP Singh withdraws from all forms of Cricket

Former India Pacer RP Singh Retires From All Forms Of Cricket

Indian ex-pacer Rudra Pratap Singh on Tuesday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. The 32-year-old drummer posted a candid message on his official Twitter account. "13 years ago, on September 4, 2005, it was the first time I put on my Indian sweater, it was the springboard for what would become the most precious moments of my life, today, when I hang up my boots and call a day I want to remember and give thanks to each and every one of those who made this trip possible Even as I write this, there are conflicting emotions within me No matter how much one prepares for the day, there is no easy way to say goodbye. There is a voice that tells you: it's time, "he published.

"And that is for me today, my heart and my soul will always belong to that child who made his debut in Faisalabad, Pakistan, who wanted nothing more than to feel the leather in his hand and keep playing, but my body reminds me that I am an old man man who needs to make way for young people, "he added.

The paladillero Singh, who made his international debut against Zimbabwe in 2005, played 14 Tests for India, where he got a total of 40 wickets with the best figures of 5/59 against England in 2007.

Singh represented India in 58 ODIs by securing 69 terrains with an average of less than 34. In the shortest format of the game, Singh played a total of 10 games, recording the best four-terrain figures for 13 races.

The highlight of RP Singh's career was his five-round trip to England during the Lord's Test of 2007, where he played a leading role in the second possibility by recording career figures of 5/59. India later, went on to win that series in England after a gap of 21 years.

Singh was also part of the Indian side that won the inaugural edition of the ICC World T20 in 2007, where he took 12 wickets in seven games, finishing as the highest wicket player of his team in the tournament. .