Cricketer Vineet Saxena, who performed a key position in giving Rajasthan the Ranji Trophy title, has retired. The 39-year-old batsman made his debut towards Bengal in 1998–99. He performed his final match for Uttarakhand in 2018-19 towards Vidarbha.
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He is the one cricketer from Rajasthan to have performed greater than 100 Ranji matches in his profession spanning over 20 years. Saxena performed a complete of 129 first-class matches for Rajasthan, Railways and Uttarakhand, scoring 7637 runs at a median of 36.89. This features a double century, 17 centuries and 38 half-centuries. <! –
His highest rating is 257 which he scored within the Ranji remaining towards Tamil Nadu within the 2011–12 season. With his innings, Rajasthan gained the Ranji title for the second consecutive yr.
He additionally set a novel report for batting within the Ranji remaining for 5 days. He remained on the crease 904 minutes and his innings is the third longest within the remaining.
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Apart from taking part in on the home degree, he additionally represented India on the Under-19 degree towards Sri Lanka.
Saxena stated, "I am among the highest run-scorer batsmen in domestic cricket but I have very few opportunities at the top level but I am happy with what I have achieved in my long career."