New Delhi: Former Indian fast bowler Sudeep Tyagi has retired from all formats of cricket. The 33-year-old Tyagi has played four ODIs and one T20 match. Apart from this, he has played 14 matches for the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise team Chennai Super Kings. Tyagi of Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh played 41 first-class matches in which he took 109 wickets. Apart from this, he has taken 31 wickets in 23 List A matches. Tyagi has taken 16 wickets in 23 T20 matches. He made his debut against Sri Lanka in the T20 after the 2009 edition of the IPL. Two weeks later, he made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka. But he could only manage three wickets after playing four matches. He said, representing the Indian team and wearing the jersey of the Indian team is every player’s dream and I achieved that position. For this I want to thank Mahendra Singh Dhoni, under whose captaincy I played the first ODI. I would also like to thank my role models Mohammad Kaif, RP Singh and Suresh Raina. This is extremely difficult to do, but such decisions have to be taken to move forward. Tyagi created a stir in his Ranji Trophy match in 2007 by taking ten wickets and taking a total of 41 wickets that season. He was instrumental in taking Uttar Pradesh to the finals of the Ranji Trophy. He played his last first-class match in 2017 and has not played a List A or T20 match since 2014.