Smit Patel U-19 WC Winner Announce Retirement from Indian cricket
Out of frustration, Smit Patel left Indian cricket. He was a member of the 2012 World Cup-winning Indian Under-19 team. After the under-19 team, he tried his best to play for the national team, but it did not happen. Smit Patel announces retirement from Indian cricket out of frustration at not being able to play in the national team. However, despite retiring from Indian cricket, he will play in various franchise leagues as a cricketer.
Meanwhile, Barbados Tridents have signed Smit Patel in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2021) player draft. He had previously played in Major League Cricket in the United States. He played in the last two seasons of Major League Cricket.
In this regard, Smit Patel said that playing in the Major League has given him the confidence to play in various franchise leagues around the world. He said goodbye to Indian cricket and decided to play in different leagues because of the confidence he got in playing in the Major League.
Smith has played regular domestic cricket for Gujarat, Tripura, Goa and Baroda to play for the Indian team. He has performed regularly in domestic cricket but has not been able to take himself to the national team. Smith said goodbye to Indian cricket out of this frustration.
“It’s a new inning for me,” Patel said. I have tried a lot to play for the national team after winning the World Cup for the under-19 team. For this, I have tried to play for many teams in the domestic league, but it has not happened.
At the same time, he said, ‘I got the opportunity to represent India in the tournament for the World Cup. This is a great achievement for me. Moving away with good memories. I have sent my retirement letter to BCCI. All kinds of activities of BCCI are over. This is the end of my journey as an Indian cricketer.