9 Ambati Rayudu

    Ambati Rayudu
    Ambati Rayudu
    ind India
    Current Team
    Chennai Super Kings

    Ambati Rayudu in IPL 2018

    Ambati Rayudu is an professional Indian cricketer. He is a right-handed middle-order batsman, who occasionally keeps the wicket, and a right-arm off break bowler. He plays for Vidarbha in domestic cricket. He bought by Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2018).

    Touted as India’s next batting star, Ambati Rayudu got everybody’s attention when he began preparing at the National Cricket Academy in 2001. In any case, the short, minimal and forceful right-gave batsman Rayudu enjoyed a long-lasting to reprieve into a universal circuit.

    Rayudu was the skipper of the Indian Under-19 group and drove them to the semi-finals of the World Cup in Bangladesh in 2004. In any case, in the following couple of years, he neglected to live up to the desires and lost his way at the local level. Therefore, a few of his Under-19 partners like Suresh Raina, Dinesh Karthik, Shikhar Dhawan, RP Singh and Irfan Pathan went ahead to speak to the national side much before him. Rayudu, who played for Hyderabad in the Ranji Trophy, picked to move to Andhra Pradesh after contrasts with the mentor. He had inspired in his presentation Ranji season, scoring a double century and a century in a similar match. In 2010-11, Rayudu chose to play for Baroda and piled on a sum of 566 keeps running in nine matches. In the 2012-13 Ranji season, he was far better, scoring 666 runs including a hundred and seven fifties. He played for Rest of India in the 2013 Irani Cup against Mumbai and scored 51 and 156*. He was likewise the best scorer in the 2012– 13 Deodhar Trophy last, where his innings of 78* helped West Zone pursue down the objective of 290 against North Zone.

    Rayudu was one of the leading players to join the Indian Cricket League when it came bringing in 2007. He was awed by chance to play close by remote players and make a name before the TV crowds. At the point when the ICL was broken up, Rayudu acknowledged BCCI’s absolution offer in 2009 and was grabbed by Mumbai to play in their IPL side before long. Playing as a center request batsman and low maintenance wicket-manager for the Mumbai establishment, Rayudu has been reliably scoring keeps running in each IPL version from that point forward.

    In 2012, Rayudu was named in the 30-man likely squad for the World T20 yet neglected to make it to the last group. He was then chosen for the T20 arrangement against England as a substitution for the harmed Manoj Tiwary, however once more neglected to make it to the playing XI. His shot of playing for the national side, at last, appeared in July 2013 when he was noted for the Zimbabwe visit. He went ahead to make a course 63* on making a significant appearance, turning into the most established Indian player, at 27 years old years and 304 days, to score an ODI fifty on making a significant presence.

    Rayudu was named in both the Test and ODI squads for South Africa visit in December 2013. In spite of the fact that he didn’t get a diversion there, he played a few ODIs in New Zealand before getting a nice keep running in the Asia Cup. His IPL establishment chose to hold him for 2014, after performing reliably. He was given a decent keep running in ODIs since the Asia Cup and enlisted his lady ODI century against Sri Lanka in the second ODI in Ahmedabad. He is unquestionable, a player to keep an eye out for sooner rather than later and the selectors demonstrated confidence in him and named him in the squad for the 2015 World Cup. Be that as it may, he didn’t get the chance to play a solitary diversion.

    Personal Information about Ambati Rayudu

    Full name- Ambati Thirupathi Rayudu

    Born- September 23, 1985, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh

    Current age- 32 years 165 days

    Major teams- India, Baroda, Hyderabad (India),Hyderabad Heroes, ICL India XI, India A, Mumbai Indians

    Playing role- Middle-order batsman

    Batting style- Right-hand bat

    Bowling style- Right-arm offbreak

    Fielding position- Occasional wicketkeeper