Former Indian pacer R.P. Singh retires

The 32-year-old R.P. Singh, a left arm speedster, took to Twitter to announce his decision.

R.P. Singh's international career spanned six years and the pacer played 82 matches across all three formats and picked up over 100 wickets. (File Photo)   -  K. Murali Kumar

Former India pacer R.P. Singh on Tuesday announced his retirement from the game. The 32-year-old Singh, a left arm speedster, took to Twitter to announce his decision.

 

His international career spanned six years and the pacer played 82 matches across all three formats and picked up over 100 wickets.

He was one of the heroes of India’s 2007 World T20 triumph and played a major role in India’s Test win over Australia at Perth in that year.

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