The 30-year-old left-hander took to social media to make the announcement however didn’t specify his new plans.
“It”s time to bid adieu to my cricketing taking part in profession! I”ve constructed reminiscences, made pals, achieved the most effective I may in these taking part in Junior Cricket, Ranji Trophy and most-importantly being an excellent performer in U-19 World Cup, 2008 and bringing the cup residence with the staff!!,” the Kanpur-born cricketer tweeted.
In a prolonged word that adopted, Srivastava thanked his coaches, Uttar Pradesh cricket directors, dad and mom and spouse for being a continuing supply of assist.
“I believe I’ve made sufficient cricketing reminiscences on and off the sphere to final me a lifetime. For all those that nonetheless really feel, I ought to haven’t retired but, properly…,” he mentioned.
“I’ve new desires and larger aspirations and now’s the time to work in direction of them. Now’s the time for the following chapter.”
Srivastava performed 90 first-class matches and scored 4,918 runs, with 10 centuries and 27 fifties to his title. He may, nonetheless, by no means make the minimize for senior nationwide staff.
He represented Uttar Pradesh and later captained Uttarakhand in home cricket. Within the IPL, he turned up for Kings XI Punjab and the now-defunct Kochi Tuskers.
Within the 2008 U-19 World Cup in Malaysia, Srivastava had completed because the match”s main run-scorer with 262 runs and performed a key function within the closing, scoring 43, which the Indian staff had received.
That U-19 staff in 2008 was led by present India skipper Virat Kohli. PTI NRB PM
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