Ambati Rayudu


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin

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His unbeaten 63 on debut at age 27 years and 304 days made him the third-oldest Indian to score a fifty on ODI debut.


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Off-Spin







Ambati Rayudu has a wonderful ODI record for India in his 34-match career. He averages more than 50 with a highest score of 124 not out.

The talented batsman has also represented India in T20Is, debuting against England in 2014.

Having earned a reputation as someone with the ability to finish off games from crunch situations, Rayudu scored his maiden ODI ton in November 2014 against Sri Lanka when he smashed an unbeaten 121 from 118 balls.

He first came to the attention of cricket followers in 2001 when he attended the National Cricket Academy and scored an unbeaten 177 for India Colts against England in 2002.


Rayudu ton steals the Sunrisers show

Ambati Rayudu blasted an unbeaten-100 against ladder leaders Sunrisers Hyderabad to skyrocket Chennai just one win away from a playoffs berth

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Mumbai take top spot with win over KKR

Ambati Rayudu and Saurabh Tiwary made fifties to take Mumbai to a strong win over Kolkata, despite Chris Lynn's quick-fire cameo

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Aussie contingent can't save Kings XI

A superb partnership by Parthiv Patel and Ambati Rayudu earned Mumbai Indians a 25-run win over Kings XI Punjab, despite 56 from Glenn Maxwell

Wounded Watson’s ton delivers IPL title

An injured Shane Watson was the hero for Chennai, his century delivering the Super Kings a third IPL title


Du Plessis blasts Chennai into final

Faf Du Plessis the hero as Super Kings pull off stunning victory over ladder leaders


Delhi down not-so Super Kings

Cellar-dwelling Daredevils strangle CSK batsmen in low-scoring affair in Kotla