Indian cricketer Yo Mahesh announced on Sunday to retire from all formats of cricket. The 32-year-old Mahesh has played 50 first-class, 61 A list and 46 T20 matches since 2006. Mahesh has also played for Chennai Super Kings and Delhi Daredevils in IPL. Mahesh thanked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), saying, “I thank the BCCI for giving me the opportunity to represent India at the under-19 and India-A level. It was an honor for me Is. I proudly call it the best time of my career. “

He said, “Thank you also to my two IPL teams – Chennai and Delhi – for showing confidence in me and giving me the opportunity to share the dressing room with great players. The last five years I was troubled by injuries but I am India Cements I also want to thank you for supporting me.

I also want to thank my state Tamil Nadu Cricket Association for nurturing me since I was 14. “Mahesh played his first first-class match against Bengal in the year 2006. In the first season of IPL in 2008, he played in Delhi. He took 16 wickets while playing in the following three seasons of the IPL, after which he played seven matches, out of which he could take only five wickets. There are also more run runs.