Ambati Rayudu to play for Andhra team

Hyderabad: Star batsman Ambati Rayudu will play for the Andhra team in domestic cricket. Meanwhile, board sources said that he has also received a No Objection Certificate from the BCCI. He will be available for the Andhra team from the Syed Mustaq Ali tournament starting January 10 next year. The Andhra Cricket Association will make an official announcement on Rayudu in a day or two. This is the second time Rayudu has played for the Andhra team. Rayudu played for the Andhra team for the first time in 2003-04.

55 ODIs against Team India. Rayudu, who played 6 T20s, withdrew his retirement last year. He then played in the T20s and Vijay Hazare Trophy for Hyderabad. After that, he escaped from the Ranji Trophy team as the conditions in the Hyderabad team improved. Rayudu said there was a lot of politics going on in the team and there were no good cricketing conditions. Arjun Yadav has been criticized by the HCA for continuing as coach. He said that he did not come to work as a coach and if he was trusted, the Hyderabad team would not have lost in the Ranji Trophy.

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