In Indian cricket, not every story has a happy ending. Murali Vijay seems to be experiencing the same thing. The experienced opener, who has played in 61 Tests (3982 runs), 17 ODIs (339 runs), and nine T20 Internationals (169 runs), has stated that he is “nearly done” with cricket in India and wants to continue playing the game abroad. A recent player in the Tamil Nadu Premier League was the 38-year-old. In a Test match against Australia in Perth, he last appeared for India in December 2018.
Getting opportunities in Indian cricket, according to Murali Vijay, is becoming harder as he gets older. “I want to find my way abroad because I am virtually finished with BCCI. play a little competitive cricket, “On Wednesdays with WV, a weekly programme on Sportstar, Vijay urged Raman.
“In India, it’s considered forbidden after 30. (smiles). They perceive us as elderly people our 80s who are out and about. I don’t want to stir up any trouble. Additionally, the media ought to cover it in a different way. In my opinion, your 30s are when you reach your prime. I can bat the way I bat right now while I’m sitting here. Fortunately or unfortunately, there are less opportunities now, so I must look elsewhere for my opportunities.”
“Things may have been different if I had as much support as Virender Sehwag,” the author speculates.
Murali Vijay resigned from the Tamil Nadu Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy team in 2020. He recently participated in a golf competition for amateurs. The Chennai Open Golf Championship was attended by them.