Wicketkeeper-batsman Naman Ojha announces retirement from all forms of cricket

Last Modified Monday, 15 February 2021 (21:41 IST)
New Delhi: Naman Ojha, the India wicketkeeper-batsman, announced his from all formats of on Monday.

 
The 37-year-old represented India across all three formats, playing one Test, one ODI and two T20Is.
 
Ojha’s limited-overs internationals were played in 2010 during India’s tour of Zimbabwe while his only Test appearance came in 2015, against Sri Lanka, in Colombo, where he scored 35 and 21 besides taking four catches and involved in a stumping.
 
A stalwart for in domestic cricket, Ojha’s first-class career spanned 20 seasons, through the course of which he also went on to register most dismissals (351) behind the stumps in Ranji Trophy.
 
The batsman played 146 first-class games, scoring 9753 runs at an average of 41.67, scoring 22 centuries, 55 fifties and a highest of 219*. He finished as the eighth highest run-getter in the Ranji Trophy.
 
He also featured in 143 List A games and 182 T20s, which included 113 IPL appearances - for Delhi Daredevils, Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad. (UNI)