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Ambati Rayudu Biography & Latest News

Ambati Rayudu Biography

Ambati Thirupathi Rayudu is an Indian cricketer. He is a right-handed middle order batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler. Rayudu made his debut in domestic cricket in the 2001/02 Ranji Trophy season for Hyderabad. After Feuds with HCA in 2005, he left the team to play for Andhra State Ranji Team for one year. In 2010, Rayudu decided to play for Baroda after his former team Hyderabad got relegated to the Plate Division of Ranji Trophy. Rayudu continued to impress with the bat as he scored 566 runs in 9 matches with an average of 56.60 including a double hundred and three half centuries. Rayudu was with the Mumbai Indians in IPL 2010 as a middle order batsmen/part-time wicketkeeper. His performance won many positive reviews from the critics and he was touted as a big name to be watched in the next IPL season. Rayudu was with the Mumbai Indians in IPL 2010 as a middle order batsmen/part-time wicketkeeper. His performance won many positive reviews from the critics and he was touted as a big name to be watched in the next IPL season. He scored a six of the last ball of the last league match against Kolkata Knight Riders to win the game on May 22, 2011, when a boundary was required. On July 18, 2012 he has been included in 30 probables for the World T20 tournament to be played in Sri Lanka in September 2012.