The 38 years old, Murali Vijay, played 61 Tests, 17 ODIs, and 9 T20Is for India since making his debut in 2008 in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia.
A right-handed. batsman. who scored 3982 runs which includes 12 100’s and 15 50’s for India in his career.
Vijay announced his retirement in a social media post:
“Today, with colossal appreciation and lowliness, I declare my retirement from all types of Worldwide cricket,” he said in an explanation. “My excursion from 2002-2018 has been the most magnificent long period of my life for it was an honor addressing India at the most significant level of the game.
“I’m appreciative for the open doors given to me by the Leading Board. of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Tamil Nadu Cricket Affiliation (TNCA), Chennai Super Lords, and Chemplast Sanmar.
“I’m eager to declare that I will investigate new open doors in the realm of cricket and the business side of it, where I will likewise keep on taking part in the game that I love and challenge myself in new and various conditions. I accept that this is the following stage in my excursion as a cricketer and I anticipate this new part in my life.”