Cricket: Sudeep Tyagi the Former pacer of India has declared his retirement from the world of cricket game at a very younger age of 33 years.
He played Ranji Trophy in the year 2007-08 for the team of Uttar Pradesh which was considered as a first-class cricket. He took 41 wickets in Ranji Season and it was highest in the country.
Tyagi also played in the Indian Premier League for the team Chennai Super Kings in the year 2009.
He Played 4 ODI, 41 FC, 23 LA, and 23 T20 Matches in his Cricket Sports Career.
Tyagi was a fast-medium bowler and a right-handed batsman. He took 109 wickets in his First Class Cricket Journey.
Sudeep Tyagi was born on 17 September 1987 and his cricket career started on 3 November 2007.
Finally, he tweeted on his Twitter handle that “It was a most difficult decision of his lives dream”
— Sudeep Tyagi (@sudeeptyagi005) November 17, 2020
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