Ambati Rayudu Retirement Post: Chennai Super Kings' middle-order batter Ambati Rayudu stirred up the cricket world with a tweet on Saturday. Rayudu tweeted and wrote that he is retiring after this season of IPL. An hour later, he deleted his tweet. 

After this, many things started happening about his retirement. On this matter, Chennai CEO Kashi Vishwanath has informed that Rayudu is not retiring after this season of IPL. He was disappointed with his performance.

Because of this, he must have tweeted this by mistake, but he will continue to play IPL. Rayudu tweeted at 12:46 pm on Saturday and wrote, "I am happy to share that this will be my last IPL. I have had a lot of fun playing this league and have been part of two great matches in 13 years. Would like to thank Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings for a wonderful journey." 

What did Kashi Vishwanathan say?

Kashi Viswanathan said in a conversation with a private media house, "he was very sad because she was not doing well. That's why he tweeted that by mistake. I explained things to his in detail. He is not retirin." Will stay with us." Rayudu was bought by the Chennai team for 6.75 cr in the mega auction. 

However, Rayudu has not been able to perform as expected. Despite this, he is the third-highest run-scorer for Chennai this season. Only Ruturaj Gaikwad (313 runs) and Shivam Dube (289 runs) have scored more runs than him. 

IPL 2022 was not special for Rayudu

The 36-year-old Rayudu has already retired from international cricket. Hyderabad’s Rayudu is playing in the middle order for Chennai. Before Chennai, he was part of Mumbai's team and led his team to victory in many important matches. Rayudu has struggled with fitness in the current season of IPL and has scored 271 runs at a strike rate of 124. 

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