Binny announced his retirement in an official statement, stating that he will no longer play first-class or international cricket
NEW DELHI — Cricketer Stuart Binny, an all-rounder for Indian cricket team, has retired from international and first-class cricket.
Binny represented India in six Tests, 14 One-Day Internationals, and three Twenty-20 Internationals, as well as striking 6-4 in an ODI against Bangladesh.
Cricketer Stuart Binny issues official statement
Binny made the announcement in an official statement, saying he has decided to stop playing first-class and international cricket. It has brought him great delight and honour, Stuart said, to have been able to represent his country at an international level.
He said he was thankful to the BCCI for their significant contribution to his cricket career and added that their trust and support have been crucial throughout the years.
Thanks Karnataka state and his supporters
If it hadn’t been for the state of Karnataka and their backing, Binny said, his cricket career would not have even begun. He stated that it was a privilege to lead his state and win trophies with them.
Binny went on to say in his statement that cricket is in his blood, and he will always strive to give something back to the game that has given him so much. He also appreciated his fans for their support.
Binny’s international cricket journey kick-started with IPL
Binny went on to play for the Indian Premier League‘s Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, and Rajasthan Royals.
Cricketer Stuart Binny, who made his Karnataka debut in the 2003-04 season, was selected for India’s ODI team for the 2014 tour of New Zealand. During the tour, he made his ODI debut. Binny surpassed Anil Kumble for the greatest bowling record of any Indian bowler on June 17, 2014, as he took six wickets for only four runs.
In 2014, he made his Test debut against England during India’s tour of England, and in 2015, he made his T20I debut against Zimbabwe.
Early life of cricketer Stuart Binny
Roger Binny, a former Indian Test cricketer, is his father. He was born in Bangalore and attended middle school at Bangalore’s Frank Anthony Public School.
He went to St. Joseph’s Indian High School, where his father, Roger Binny, was the school’s cricket coach at the time. He also received instructions from IACA’s coach Imtiaz Ahmed.
In 2012, Stuart Binny married Mayanti Langer. In the 2018 Indian Premier League, he was a member of the Rajasthan Royals.