Wishes flow in from Cricket fraternity for RP Singh as he bids goodbye to all forms of cricket

RP Singh took 124 wickets for India in a career spanning from 2005-2011.

RP Singh bows out of cricket after playing 82 international games for India

One of India’s most talented and underutilized fast bowlers, Rudra Pratap or RP Singh announced his retirement from cricket on the 13th anniversary of his ODI debut on September 4, 2018.

RP Singh made his India debut in an ODI against Zimbabwe in 2005 and won a Man of the match in his third ODI ever against Sri Lanka. RP Singh later made his Test debut against Pakistan in Faisalabad and won Man of the match.

His best performance for India came in the inaugural World T20 in 2007, where he picked up 12 wickets including a four-wicket haul against South Africa.

RP Singh also earned the purple cap in IPL 2009 while playing for Deccan Chargers and led them to the title win in the tournament played in South Africa.

In all, RP Singh played 14 Tests, 58 ODIs and 10 T20Is for India and picked up a total of 124 wickets in a career spanning from 2005-2011.

The cricket fraternity including RP Singh’s India and state teammates took to Twitter to send their wishes across.

Here are some of the tweets:

 


By Jatin Sharma - 05 Sep, 2018

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