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Robin Uthappa Retired from All format of Cricket:
“It has been my greatest honour to represent my country and my state, Karnataka. However, all good things must come to an end, and with a grateful heart, I have decided to retire from all forms of Indian cricket”
Robin Uthappa Retired from All format of Cricket – Post
“It’s been 20 years since I started playing professional cricket, and it has been the greatest honour to represent my country and state, Karnataka – a wonderful journey full of ups and downs; one that has been fulfilling, rewarding, enjoyable and has allowed me to grow as a human being. However, all good things must come to an end, and with a grateful heart I have decided to retire from all forms of Indian cricket. While I will spend a significant time with my young family, I look forward to charting a new phase in my life.”
“I take this opportunity to thank the President, Secretary and the office bearers of the BCCI for their support and encouragement throughout my cricket career. I would also like to thank Karnataka State Cricket Association, Saurashtra Cricket Association and Kerala Cricket Association for the honour of representing the respective states during the course of my career. “
“Further, I would like to express my gratitude to the IPL teams I represented – MI, RCB, PWI and RR. A special mention to KKR & CSK for all the wonderful memories and support my family and I received during my time with them – something I will always cherish.”
“I would like to thank my parents and sister for allowing me to pursue my passion, and for all the sacrifices they made for me while growing up, enabling me to succeed in my chosen field. Robin Uthappa”
“To my coaches, mentors and guides for their guidance and support through the years that have brought me this far, a big thank you.”
“To my teammates, physios, trainers, analysts, net bowlers and logistics members for all the love, support and encouragement. The camaraderie in the dressing room is one of the things I will miss the most. You all have truly added value to my life. Thank you”
“I would also like to thank all the grounds staff, umpires and scorers for all the hours of hard work they put in the background to allow us to play the game we all love.”
“Of course a big thanks to all my fans, well-wishers, dearest friends, supporters, critics and journalists for all the love, support, positive energy and motivation you have given me over these years. I am forever grateful to you all.”
“Lastly, thank you Sheets for being my rock and my light. To Neale Nolan, Trinity Thea and Caleb for inspiring Dada to be his best version of himself every day. I love you all 10,000!! “
It has been my greatest honour to represent my country and my state, Karnataka. However, all good things must come to an end, and with a grateful heart, I have decided to retire from all forms of Indian cricket.— Robin Aiyuda Uthappa (@robbieuthappa) September 14, 2022
Thank you all ❤️ pic.twitter.com/GvWrIx2NRs
Exactly 15 years before announcing his retirement (14 Sep 2007), Robin Uthappa scored his only World Cup fifty (ODI/T20I). Interestingly he also bowled in the bowl-out same match. Pakistan who lost 0-3 then used regular bowlers while India used Uthappa and Sehwag with Harbhajan.
Remembering Robin Days
How can we forget the Bowl-Out
As a Cricket fan, We will never forget this celebration of You Robin Uthappa, when he hitting the ball to stumps in the bowl-out against Pakistan in T20 World Cup 2007.
Thank you for the memories, Robin Uthappa.
On 🎯— ICC (@ICC) September 14, 2022
As Robin Uthappa announces his retirement from all forms of cricket, relive the iconic bowl-out between India and Pakistan from the ICC Men’s @T20WorldCup, #OnThisDay in 2007 📆 pic.twitter.com/FtsStrGAbT
➡️ Year – 2007— SR Cricket Fantasy (@CricketFantasyS) September 14, 2022
6th ODI against England
(Do or Die Match)
➡️ Chasing 310+ runs.
India were in a terrible position after having a Great Start from Ganguly & Sachin.
➡️ Uthappa Came in as No- 7 Batsman scored 47 Not Out in 33 Balls. Stunned the Whole England & kept Ind alive. pic.twitter.com/ohYRDrf9jB
What a way to choose the date to end his career where people can remember him forever. Robin Uthappa chose to retire on the same day when 15 years ago, he played a crucial role in winning India a thriller against Pakistan.
IPL’s Best – Robin
Robin Uthappa in the IPL: – 197 innings. – 4,952 runs. – 27.51 average. – 130.35 Strike Rate. – 27 fifties. – Orange Cap winner of IPL 2014. – First to win the trophy and the Orange Cap in the same IPL. – One of the best contributor in the IPL, thank you Robbie!
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