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Sri Lanka’s Bhanuka Rajapaksa makes U-turn, withdraws determination to retire from worldwide cricket

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10 days after saying his retirement from worldwide cricket, Bhanuka Rajapaksa made a U-turn and stated he would wish to proceed enjoying for Sri Lanka on the highest degree. Sri Lanka’s Bhanuka Rajapaksa to proceed enjoying after withdrawing retirement (AFP Photo)HIGHLIGHTS30-year-old Bhanuka Rajapaksa has withdrawn retirementHe introduced worldwide retirement on January 3Rajapaksa might be out there for choice for the senior Sri Lanka teamExplosive left-hander batter Bhanuka Rajapaksa withdrew his determination to retire from worldwide cricket, 10 days after he made the shock determination. The 30-year-old Sri Lanka batter reversed his determination and stated he might be out there for choice for Sri Lanka throughout all codecs of the sport.

Bhanuka Rajapaksa retired on January 3, citing “fatherhood” and “familial obligations”. He has performed 5 ODIs and 18 T20Is for Sri Lanka after having made his worldwide debut in 2019.Bhanuka Rajapaksa reversed his determination to retire from worldwide cricket after assembly with Sports Minister, Namal Rajapaksa, the Sri Lanka Cricket stated on Thursday.”Pursuant to a meeting with the Hon. Namal Rajapaksa Minister of Youth & Sports and after consulting with the National Selectors, Bhanuka Rajapaksa has notified SLC that he wishes to withdraw his resignation which he tendered to SLC on 3rd Jan. 2022, with immediate effect,” SLC unhappy in an announcement.”In his letter to SLC withdrawing his resignation, he further states that he wishes to represent his country in the game he loves for the years to come.”Bhanuka, who completed as Sri Lanka’s highest run-getter within the U-19 World Cup in 2010, has scored greater than 4000 first-class runs and greater than 2,800 runs in List A cricket.Bhanuka had points with the Sri Lanka Cricket board as his angle was questioned when he failed health assessments. He had a fall-out with former head coach Mickey Arthur however the outgoing coach had lauded the left-hander’s work and energy to enhance his health and fielding requirements as the 2 patched up.Notably, days after Bhanuka had introduced his retirement, Dhanuska Gunathilaka retired from Test cricket to give attention to prolonging his white-ball profession.Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.