Indian cricket staff quick bowler Vinay Kumar has introduced retirement from all codecs of cricket.
The 37-year-old took to Twitter to announce his retirement through a letter devoted to his fellow gamers and followers.
Reacting to Vinay Kumar’s choice, former cricketer Irfan Pathan congratulated the previous speedster for an excellent profession. Vinay Kumar has performed with completely different groups in Indian Premier League. He has been a part of groups like Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore within the T20- League.
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Vinay Kumar tweeted by saying, “For me, cricket is not only a recreation, it is a way of life. It has taught me many issues, the ups and downs, the successes and failures, the great days and the dangerous days – all of this has made me a greater individual,” Vinay Kumar mentioned in a press release. “I’m very happy with all of the experiences that I’ve had as a cricketer.
Vinay Kumar has played only one Test match for India in which he picked a wicket. In One-Day-Internationals, Kumar bagged 38 wickets. The speedster bagged a total of 10 wickets in 9 T20 matches for India.
For his home-state Karnataka, Kumar has played 100 matches.