Up to date: Feb 15, 2021 20:05 IST
Indore (Madhya Pradesh) [India], February 15 (ANI): Naman Ojha on Monday introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket, however the wicket-keeper batsman acknowledged that he can not wait to play in international T20 and T10 leagues.
Ojha had made his worldwide debut for India in 2010, however he performed only one ODI for the Males in Blue. In the identical yr, Ojha went on to play his first T20I for India.
“I’ve determined to announce retirement from worldwide cricket and BCCI home tournaments, however I’m ready to play throughout all international T20 and T10 tournaments. When you could have a household, it’s a must to take into consideration every part and I believe the time had come to offer kids an opportunity, I’ve no real interest in being a backup participant, final yr Delhi Capitals picked me as back-up to Rishabh Pant, its higher I play relatively than being a back-up,” Ojha instructed ANI.
“There’s a completely different enjoyable in enjoying relatively than sitting on the bench. You’ll come to know within the subsequent 4-6 days the place I play subsequent,” he added.
Ojha went on to signify India in two T20Is, each in opposition to Zimbabwe. The 37-year-old earned his first Check cap in 2015 in opposition to Sri Lanka.
The wicket-keeper batsman is taken into account as a stalwart within the Indian home circuit and he calls time on his profession with 7,861 runs within the Ranji Trophy, the eighth highest run-getter within the match, for his state workforce Madhya Pradesh.
Within the Indian Premier League, he represented a number of groups together with the Sunrisers Hyderabad, Rajasthan Royals and the Delhi Capitals. (ANI)