New Delhi, September 5: Former India pacer Rudra Pratap Singh announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, on Wednesday.
RP Singh took to Twitter to announce his decision to hang up his boots. He posted: “13 years ago, on 4th September 2005 was the first time I donned the Indian jersey. It was the stepping stone to what would become the most cherished moments of my life. Today as I hang my boots and call it a day, I wish to remember and give thanks to each and everyone who made this journey possible.”
Exactly 13 years ago, RP Singh had made his international debut in One Day Internationals against Zimbabwe in Harare. Singh has represented India in 14 Tests, 58 ODIs and 10 Twenty20 Internationals.
— R P Singh (@rpsingh) September 4, 2018