Murali Vijay, an experienced cricket player, has revealed that he will no longer participate in any sort of international cricket. Vijay played for India in a total of 87 matches, scoring 4,490 runs during his time there.
The opening batter has participated for their national team in a total of 61 test matches, during which they have scored 3982 runs for an average of 38.29. The majority of their appearances have been in the Test format.
In addition, he played for India in 9 Twenty20 Internationals and 17 One-Day Internationals. Vijay acknowledged in a heartfelt message on Twitter that he is open to exploring new options and is excited about the prospect of doing so.
Vijay reflected on his career from 2002 to 2018 and expressed his gratitude to everyone who had helped him along the way in an emotional post that he shared on social media. It was written here:
“I would want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support and to express my deepest humility as I announce my retirement from all forms of international cricket.
My journey from 2002 till 2018 was the most amazing years of my life since it was an honour to represent India at the highest level of sport. This honour allowed me to compete at the best level of my sport.
I would want to express my appreciation to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA), the Chennai Super Kings, and Chemplast Sanmar for the possibilities they have provided me with.
To everyone on my team—including my teammates, coaches, mentors, and support staff—it has been an incredible honour to compete with each and every one of you, and I cannot thank you enough for making my childhood dream a reality.
To all of the cricket fans who have been there for me through the highs and lows that come with competing on the international stage, I will always treasure the time I’ve spent with you, and I consider your support to be one of my greatest sources of motivation.
In closing, I would want to express my gratitude to my family and friends for the unending love and support they have shown me during my career. They have been the pillars on which I have built my success, and without them, I would not have been able to get where I am now.
I am thrilled to share the news that I will soon be exploring new prospects in the world of cricket and the business side of it. During this time, I will also continue to take part in the sport that I like and challenge myself in a variety of new and unfamiliar settings. | I have faith that this is the next stage in my development as a cricketer, and | I am excited to begin this new phase of my life.
| I want to send my best wishes to all of my former teammates as well as the Indian cricket team for their upcoming competitions.
We are grateful to you for all of the memories,
Love to All – More to Life.
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