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Rayudu Hopes To Be Picked By CSK In Mega Auction

Rayudu Hopes To Be Picked By CSK In Mega Auction

CRICDOT DESK : Former Indian batter Ambati Rayudu says he will continue to play for at least the next three years and is preparing for the next cycle of the Indian Premier League. The 36-year-old right-handed player was elected two months after suspending all cricket matches in July 2019 after being ignored at the ICC ODI World Cup. He was also interested in being selected by CSK for the next IPL season. “I want to keep playing until I’m feeling better and I’m feeling better. I’m ready for the next cycle of three years and I’m working hard on fitness,” said Rayudu, who recently worked. Andorra of Vijay Hazare. He played the trophy, PTI said.

“I recently played the Vijay Hazare Trophy which is five oneday games in six days which I got through well. I am in good shape and I hope to continue to play at least for the next three years.” Rayudu was one of the five standbys for the World Cup but he missed out a place in the 15member squad to Vijay Shankar, who was considered to have a “threedimensional” game.

He made a sarcastic `3D’ comment and quit cricket, before retracking his decision.

“2019 World Cup definitely was disappointing for me, for not making the squad. My comeback was dedicated to CSK and how they helped me get through that phase and time and I am thankful to them.” Rayudu feels his stint with fourtime IPL champions Chennai Super Kings was a special one and skipper M S Dhoni brought the best out of him.

“My stint with CSK has been a very special one. We have won two IPLs till now and played one final. 2018 was a very special season, a comeback season for CSK and us winning the IPL that year made it very special.

“Dhoni bhai has had the impact of getting the best out of me, not only me but he has an impact on everyone and brings the best performance out of everyone in the team.

“That is why he is the best captain India has ever had,” he said in an email interaction.
Rayudu, who belongs to CSK for four seasons, says he wants to play for the team again and hopes to be selected as a franchise at the next auction.

“… I definitely want to play at CSK. I haven’t officially contacted him so far, but I want to be selected by them and make the league a success again,” he said. The
Superkings maintained Rabindra Jadeya, Luturajigai Quad, and Moen Ali with Skipper Doni for the next IPL season before the auction. The Dhoni led team won their fourth title earlier this year because they failed to qualify for the 2020 playoffs.

“After the 2020 season, this win was very special for us in CSK. I have had my contribution too. I have had a great opportunity and showed my potential…

“I enjoyed the role I played this year with CSK. Being in the lower middle order, it is difficult to get such an opportunity, and I cherished every moment.” Asked if CSK’s template was one for the others to follow, Rayudu said:

“I wouldn’t say template but every team looks for a mix of young and experienced players while picking. Experience is important, especially when the pressure is high.

“We find that many teams are very mature in their team selection and I think this year will be a very interesting auction,” said Andorra Batter, who recorded 257 runs during CSK’s winning 2021 IPL campaign. I did. When asked if he regretted not having the opportunity to play the test, Rayudu said he was pleased to represent the country in the form of a white ball.

“It is a great honor to represent India and we are delighted to be able to represent India in the ODI and T20 Whiteball formats,” said Gunturborn batter, who played 55 ODIs with six T20Is. Told.
“I’m sorry I missed the trial cap, but I haven’t regretted it because I worked hard. I am excited to be given the opportunity to represent the team. It is a great honor in itself. “

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