Ambati Rayudu And His Family
Ambati Rayudu was born on 23-09-1985 in Guntur in Andhra Pradesh, India. He is an Indian Cricket Player who played for the India National Cricket Team & India’s domestic cricket teams. He plays for IPL’s team Chennai Super Kings (CSK) as a batsman.
His father’s name is Sambasiva Rao, and his mother’s name is Vijayalakshmi.
Age, Physical Appearance, and Height
Ambati Rayudu was born on 23 September 1985, and according to the calculation, her current age is 36 years.
Let’s Talk about his Height, Weight & Physical Status as the main things for the Cricket Industry. Fans also attract the Height, Weight & Physical Status of Ambati Rayudu is 170 cm and 1.70 m and feet inches- 5′ 7″. His weight is in kilograms- 65 kg. Weight.
Ambati Rayudu has a Waist Size of 30 Inches and a chest of 38 Inches, And biceps of 12 Inches. he has Black color hair and Black color eyes. Besides this, he is wearing shoe size 10.
He completes his schooling at ckpuri, Secunderabad. He is graduate
he married Chennupalli Vidya. The couple is blessed with a daughter named Viviya, born on 12-07-2020.
Rayudu began his career playing for Hyderabad youth teams in the late-1990s, playing at the Under-16 and Under-19 levels. He appeared for India Under-15s at the ACC Under-15 Trophy in 2000, finishing as the leading run-scorer of the tournament and winning the Man of the Match award in the final against Pakistan. He began his first-class career with the Hyderabad cricket team in 2002 at the very young age of 16. In the 2002-03 Ranji Trophy, he became the youngest player in the tournament’s history to score a double century and a century in the same match. Rayudu scored 210 and 159 against Andhra and finished the season with 698 runs at an average of 69.80 to finish third on the leading run-scorers list.
He captained the India Under-19 team at the 2004 Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh, where India was the semi-finalist. On India Under-19 tour of England, his maiden Under-19 assignment, Rayudu batted as an opener, made 291 runs from 3 innings, and finished as the highest run-getter of a series that India swept 3–0.
Mumbai Indians snaffled up the talented right-hand batsman before IPL 2011 when all IPL squads got a makeover. And quickly became a prolific run-scorer for the team. In the 2015 season, Rayudu made 281 runs at an S/R of 145 and remained not out on five occasions. In the eight seasons that he played there, Rayudu scored 250 in every season except the 2017 season, after which he was let go, and the Chennai Super Kings availed his services. The 2018 season with the Men-in-Yellow proved to be his most fruitful year as he piled on 602 runs and scored his maiden century in the league. However, the 2019 season was a bit sedate for him, and he will be looking to make amends in UAE.
Ambati Rayudu made his international debut in July 2013 in a One Day International against Zimbabwe. Rayudu was selected in a second-string Indian squad for this tour, and he played a crucial part in setting up India’s win. He made 63 runs, the 12th Indian batsman to score a half-century on his ODI debut. He was a part of India’s ODI squad as a reserve batsman even though he had made only two appearances across the four home ODI series against Australia, West Indies, South Africa, and New Zealand. He also played in all matches of the 2014 Asia Cup.
Rayudu averaged 19.33 in the tri-series against Australia and England and was selected in India’s 15-member squad for the 2015 Cricket World Cup, which reached the semifinal. Rayudu did not feature in a single game in the tournament, with India preferring to stick to a combination that hadn’t lost until the semifinal against Australia. In the subsequent tour of Zimbabwe, Rayudu scored an unbeaten 124 in the first ODI at Harare and won the Man of the Match award. He scored 41 in the next match before suffering an injury that ruled him out of the tour.
Some good performances in the IPL and a steady run-making stint with the Indian team meant that Rayudu was all set to be included in the 2019 World Cup squad. But some indifferent form before the World Cup meant that his spot went to Vijay Shankar, whom the selectors defined as a 3-d player. Rayudu got anguished by the axing and soon announced his retirement from international cricket.
Rayudu was picked as the replacement player for the injured Manoj Tiwary for the T20I series against England in 2012. However, he did not feature in the playing eleven in either of the two matches. Rayudu eventually made his T20I debut against England on 7 September 2014. Since then, he has played only 6 T20Is and scored 42 runs, with his last match coming against South Africa on 5 October 2015.
The total net worth of Mr. Ambati Rayudu is estimated to be $6 Million, which in Indian currency is approximately equal to Rs. 45 Crore Indian Rupee (i.e., approx. Forty-Five Crore INR). The Main Source of his income and net worth came from cricket. Also, the brand value of Mr. Ambati Rayudu is very high, and he is also the most respected player across the globe. He also earns a huge sum of money from various International and National Cricket Matches and the Indian Premier League (IPL). Ambati Rayudu endorses multiple brands where he charges a massive amount of money.
Ambati Rayudu Assets:
House: Ambati Rayudu owns a luxury designer house in Guntur, India, and Andhra Pradesh. Also, he owns multiple real-estate properties across the country.
- ODI debut: 24 July 2013 v Zimbabwe
- Last ODI Match: 8 March 2019 v Australia
- T20I debut: 7 September 2014 v England
- 2018–present: Chennai Super Kings (squad no. 9)
- Last T20I: 5 October 2015 v South Africa
The Car collection of Ambati Rayudu is quite Small. Ambati Rayudu owns a few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Ambati Rayudu include Audi.
|2002||16||Ranji Trophy debut|
|2002||16||Youngest to score double century and century in a same Ranji match|
|2004||18||Captained the U19 WC Side|
|2007||21||Played for Hyderabad Heroes in ICL|
|2010||24||Joined Mumbai Indians|
|2013||27||ODI debut against Zimbabwe|
|2014||28||T20I debut against England|
|2015||29||Selected in the 15 for 2015 WC|
|2018||32||Went to Chennai Super Kings|
|2019||33||Retired from International cricket|