Saturday, August 13, 2022

Bhanuka Rajapaksa to retire from international cricket


As indicated by a Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) source, Bhanuka Rajapaksa has given over his retirement letter to the administering body on Monday, January 3. 

Notwithstanding, the reports additionally guarantee that the SLC is yet to settle on any choice with respect to Rajapaksa’s stunning move, and the board hasn’t acknowledged his retirement letter.

Reports additionally proposed that Rajapaksa chose to stop worldwide cricket as he wouldn’t have the option to keep playing cricket with the most recent wellness principles presented by the SLC, particularly the skin-fold levels. 

The left-hand batsman feels that assuming he cuts his skinfold levels down, he won’t get the opportunity to play his assaulting game with the bat.

In 2021 the Yo-Yo test was supplanted by the 2km run test to decide the ‘wellness and perseverance levels of the players. 

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Additionally, the benchmark set for the 2km run was expanded from 8.35 minutes to 8.55 minutes after a solicitation was made by the Cricket Technical Advisory Committee. In any case, Sri Lanka National Selectors need their players to finish the 2km disagreement in 8.10 minutes.

Bhanuka Rajapaksa has played 5 One Day Internationals and 18 T20 Internationals for Sri Lanka National Cricket Team and has scored 89 and 320 runs at a normal of 17.8 and 26.67 individually.

If this continues then it will be a major setback for the Lankan Army as already they had lost the services of many stunning players in the span of 2-3 years.



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