Ambati Rayudu, from India, cannot play bowling at ICC because of suspicious activity

Ambati Rayudu of India has been prohibited from playing bowling in worldwide cricket because of suspicious activity.


The low maintenance player Rayudu was educated after Australia’s global thrashing for multi day against Australia on 12 January.

He didn’t present proof of his activity inside the 14 days predicted.

“The suspension will stay as a result until the point that the test is finished and will end up being ready to play with a lawful activity,” said an announcement from the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Basically a hitter and part of India’s ODI group that at present plays a progression of five diversions in New Zealand, Rayudu has propelled two hits for 13 races in the Sydney amusement.

The ICC included: “Rayudu can take an interest in local cricket occasions held under the support of the BCCI (Indian Cricket Board)”.

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