Rayudu’s decision to join Baroda comes after he was given a no-objection certificate from the Andhra Cricket Association
Ambati Rayudu. Pic/ANI
Veteran Indian cricketer Ambati Rayudu has been signed up by Baroda as a professional player for the upcoming domestic season.
Rayudu’s decision to join Baroda comes after he was given a no-objection certificate from the Andhra Cricket Association.
The batsman is available to play all formats, though in recent years, he has mostly made himself available for white-ball cricket and last played a first-class game in November 2017.
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