It is just a week from the start of the Indian Premier League. But before that, a big news is coming from Team India’s camp. Indian team pacer Umesh Yadav has indicated his retirement from international cricket. Umesh Yadav, 33, has indicated this in an interview given to ESPNcricinfo. Not only this, Umesh Yadav has also told in this conversation that how long his body can drag forward cricket career. Vidarbha fast bowler Umesh Yadav has been a part of the Indian team for a long time, but according to his career has not been able to play much international cricket yet.
Umesh Yadav revealed in the interview that he will continue to play for two-three years. He said, I am now 33 years old. I know that I will be able to stretch my body only for two-three years. And by the way, now there are many young players who are waiting for their turn. I think all this will be in a good environment because ultimately the team will benefit from it. Umesh Yadav also said that it is very important to manage the workload on a tour. According to Umesh, when you have five or six fast bowlers for a tour of five test matches, you can feed at least two matches to one of them. This helps the bowlers to stay fresh for a long time.
Umesh Yadav is a part of Delhi Capitals in IPL
After Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma, Team India’s most important fast bowler Umesh Yadav made his debut for India in 2011. In these nearly 10 years, he has taken 148 wickets playing 48 Test matches. Apart from this, he has also played 75 ODIs. Although the last ODI was played in October 2018. Umesh Yadav is a part of the Delhi Capitals team in the Indian Premier League.