ICC suspends Ambati Rayudu from bowling in international cricket
New Delhi: India’s middle-order batsman and a right right-arm off break bowler Ambati Rayudu has been suspended by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for bowling in international cricket.
It is to be mentioned that Rayudu was reported for a suspect action during the first ODI against Australia earlier this year and had 14 days to get his action tested.
However, this suspension from ICC will not prevent Rayudu from bowling in domestic competitions played in India.
Know more about Ambati Rayudu
-Born on September, 23, 1985 in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, Rayudu said that his father was his inspiration to take up cricket and put him into a coaching camp when he was in third grade.
-Rayudu has been involved in confrontations with players and umpires throughout his career.
-In 2005, while playing for Andhra in the Ranji Trophy, he was involved in a scuffle with Hyderabad player Arjun Yadav, in which he was attacked by Yadav with a stump.
-During the 2012 IPL, Rayudu was fined 100% of his match fee for using obscene and abusive language against opposition player Harshal Patel after a match.
-In 2014, he was seen hurling expletives at the umpire after his dismissal during a match of India A’s tour of Australia.