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Ambati Rayudu welcomes his first newborn girl along with wife Chennupalli Vidya

July 13, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

The veteran batsman Ambati Rayudu and his better half Chennupalli Vidya have invited their first kid. The youngster is a young lady, heavenly attendant. The right-gave batsman wedded his school darling Chennupalli Vidya in 2009.

Chennai Super Kings’ legitimate Twitter handle affirmed the news. The IPL establishment posted a delightful selfie of the Rayudu family. Ambati Rayudu tapped the selfie with his significant other and the infant out of sight.

Many cricketers have wished the couple and their newborn

The post from Chennai Super Kings is drawing complimentary messages from all around. India star and Ambati Rayudu’s IPL colleague Suresh Raina rushed to compliment the unseasoned parents, tweeting:

Raina has tweeted heartiest congrats @RayuduAmbati and Vidya on the introduction of their little girl. Such a gift! He also said treasure each and every second with the little one and wishing all of them heaps of affection and bliss!

Ambati Rayudu’s cricket vocation, in the interim, has experienced a rollercoaster over the most recent one year or something like that. Toward the start of 2019, he was a fundamental piece of the Indian group and was looking set to India’s crew for the World Cup. Be that as it may, things changed in a flicker of an eye after he neglected to intrigue in the home arrangement against Australia.

Selectors did not pick him in the crew as they shockingly chose Vijay Shankar. What’s more, when any semblance of Rishabh Pant and Mayank Agarwal added to the World Cup crew during the competition as injury substitutions, Ambati Rayudu incredibly reports his retirement.

He, be that as it may, toppled his choice two or after three months. He spoke to Hyderabad in Vijay Hazare and Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy before choosing to skirt the past version of the Ranji Trophy because of legislative issues in group determination.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth