Pankaj Singh, who was once one of the most brilliant quick bowling abilities in India, has declared his retirement from all types of cricket on July 10, 2021, with prompt impact.
The right-arm seamer composed a letter to the Secretary of the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) in Jaipur reporting his retirement and offering his thanks towards his home board.
The pacer was a devoted worker of Rajasthan Cricket and has taken it to a few statues during his celebrated lifetime. He broke into acknowledgment with a standing of being tall and having a capacity to create authentic speed with the ball.
His stature gave him a gigantic benefit as he increased from U-19 cricket and made his top of the line debut for Rajasthan in 2004.
His great exhibitions saw him even show up for the Rajasthan Royals in the 2008 season. Later on, he had a spell with the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Be that as it may, his IPL profession never truly took off.
Yet, his exhibitions for Indian and Rajasthan in Ranji Trophy cricket had made him a repetitive component in India. He was even called up for the 2007-08 Border Gavaskar Trophy in Australia. In any case, he didn’t get his maiden cap.
Short tale of journey in international cricket by Pankaj Singh
In 2010, he at long last made his presentation for India and played in an ODI match against Sri-Lanka during a tri-series match in Zimbabwe, where a ton of youthful players were given freedoms with the senior geniuses being refreshed.
Sadly, that remained his solitary ODI cap ever. After this, it required an additional four years to play for the Indian group.
On the back of his exhibitions in Ranji Trophy cricket, he was picked for the England visit through 2014. With Ishant Sharma being harmed, Pankaj Singh made his Test debut in Southampton in the third Test of the series.
Pankaj Singh played another Test, the accompanying one in Manchester, when he took two wickets, the first accompanied the 416th conveyance of his Test profession. He never played any type of cricket for the public group after that.
Be that as it may, in the homegrown circuit, he set up himself as a main bowler many a season, showing how well he can play. For the 2018-19 season, he moved to Puducherry where he took part in a ton of achievements.
In December 2018, he turned into the first seamer to take 400 wickets in Ranji Trophy cricket. He played 117 five star matches, getting 472 wickets at a normal of 23.76. He likewise has 118 wickets at a normal of 26.99 in 79 List A games.