Naman Ojha announced retirement from cricket

Naman Ojha announced retirement from cricket

On 15th February 2021, The Indian Former wicketkeeper-batsman Naman Ojha has decided to take retirement from all forms of cricket.

  • He played his ODI debut match against Sri Lanka in 2010 and debuted in International T20I against Zimbabwe.
  • Naman is from Madhya Pradesh and he has the record for the most dismissals as a wicketkeeper in the Ranji Trophy

Naman Ojha Cricket Career:

  • He is a right-hand batsman and has played 143 List A and 182 T20s games. in which, he has scored 4,278 and 2,972 runs respectively.
  • During the Indian Premier League Season, he was the part of Rajasthan Royals, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils.
  • In the first-class career, he played 146 games with a score of 9,753 runs including 22 hundreds at an average of 41.67.
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