Right-arm medium fast bowler, Sudeep Tyagi, who featured for India in four ODIs and a lone T20I, has announced retirement from all forms of the game.
The Uttar Pradesh pacer, who was also a part of Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League, has thanked Mahendra Singh Dhoni – under whom he played for India – Mohammad Kaif, Suresh Raina and RP Singh for guiding him.
“Cricket is my very existence and soul. It is very difficult to do this but to move ahead, we must let go. Having said that I could have played more and given more to the country,” Tyagi wrote in a statement.
“I am cricket and nothing in my life will be above it. I am most thankful to my father, who held me and and took me to practice everyday with a vision to see me play for India. Even today, he wishes to see me in blue jersey again, his love for cricket and country is unparalleled,” he wrote.