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Suresh Raina has announced his retirement from all formats of cricket

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Suresh Raina announces his retirement from all forms of cricket, earlier in 2020 he retired from international cricket.

IPL and Suresh Raina's domestic career in India came to an end when the former India and Uttar Pradesh striker declared his retirement from 'all formats of cricket'. On August 15, 2020, shortly after MS Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket, Raina, 35, had already made the choice to do the same.

“It was a great honor to stand out for my nation and the state of UP. I would like to declare my retirement from all formats of cricket,” a tweet from Raina saw on Tuesday.

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Raina's last IPL match was in October 2021, and he has not played any top class or List A cricket since 2018. Between 2008 and 2021, Raina played for Chennai Super Kings for 11 seasons, at in which he was a pivotal member. of the team. He continues to be their top scorer with 4687 points in 176 games and won four titles with CSK in 2010, 2011, 2018 and 2021. Ahead of the 2022 player auction, in which none of the 10 franchises won him purchased, he was released by Chennai Super Kings.

Raina leaves with a total of 8654 carries in 336 T20 matches, 8078 carries in 302 List A matches and 6871 carries in 109 Premier Class matches. He started his senior national career for UP in 2002-03 and made his international debut in 2005. Raina played 226 ODIs, 78 T20Is and 18 Tests for India, and was part of the squad that won the Cup of the ODI World in 2011. He was the first Indian striker to score a century in all three international formats.

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