Indian left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha has revealed his retirement from all types of cricket with prompt impact. Ojha’s last match appearance came in November 2018 in the first-class game for Bihar.
Ojha made his India debut in 2008 in the Asia Cup against Bangladesh. His T20I debut was likewise against a similar opponent adversary in the next year during the World T20 where he sacked four wickets to be named man of the match. Despite the fact that he played just 18 ODIs and six T20Is altogether, Ojha’s prosperity prevalently came in the longest configuration of the game. He made his presentation against Sri Lanka at home in 2009 and proceeded to pick in excess of 100 wickets.
His last appearance for India saw him come up with a man of the match performance as he picked up ten wickets in total in India’s innings win over West Indies. He has picked 113 wickets in 24 Tests.
He additionally had achievement in the underlying long periods of the IPL, winning the title with Deccan Chargers in 2009 and later again with Mumbai Indians. He won the purple cap in 2010 as he picked the most number of wickets.
I appreciate Mr. V.V.S Laxman for coaching me like a senior sibling, Mr. Venkatapathy Raju for being the good example I generally hoped to copy, Mr. Harbhajan Singh for being a steady counselor and Mr. M.S. Dhoni for giving me the decent chance to wear the Indian Cap. I would like to keep contributing towards the development of Indian Cricket in all limits imaginable.