Indian cricketer, Stuart Binny has declared his retirement from domestic and international cricket. Binny played for India in six Tests, fourteen One-Day Internationals, and three Twenty20 Internationals. In the white flannels, he made 194 runs, but in the one-day international format, he achieved 230 runs. Here is about Stuart Binny Announces His Retirement from all forms of cricket.
Stuart Binny Announces His Retirement
Binny achieved 35 runs in T20I cricket. While the right-arm bowler took three wickets for India in white-ball cricket, he also took 20 wickets in one-day internationals. Binny just took one wicket in the T20I version of the contest. In international cricket, Binny has also had 1 five-wicket haul.
In addition, Stuart Binny played in 95 matches in the Indian Premier League (IPL). In the Indian T20 league, he produced 880 runs at a batting average of close to 130 with the bat and 22 wickets with the ball.
Stuart Binny’s retirement was revealed in a letter that has now turned viral on social media. Binny noted in the statement that he has chosen to retire from both international and first-class cricket and that he is extremely proud to have performed his country at the highest level.
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Binny also expressed thanks to the BCCI for its part in his development as a player, as well as the state of Karnataka for their assistance.
Binny went on to praise the 3 IPL teams with whom he has played during his career, saying that the period he experienced with the Mumbai Indians (MI) Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), and Rajasthan Royals (RR) will be considered great.
Binny also expressed gratitude to his family and friends for their unwavering support. Stuart Binny finished his letter by expressing that cricket runs in his blood and that he would strive to give something to the sport that has given him everything in his lifetime.