Destiny is not a matter of likelihood however a matter of selection and for former Sri Lankan and Chennai Super Kings (CSK) off-spinner Suraj Randiv, this similar future has taken his life in a utterly new route. Randiv, who was a a part of Sri Lanka’s enjoying eleven in the 2011 World Cup ultimate, has grow to be a bus driver in Australia to make ends meet after parting his methods with the game.
He is joined by one other ex-Sri Lankan participant Chinthaka Namaste and former Zimbabwe cricketer, Waddington Mwayenga who’ve additionally migrated to Melbourne (Australia) to work as bus drivers.
36-year-old Randiv has represented his nation in 12 Tests, 31 ODIs, and seven T20Is. He went to bag 43 wickets in Tests, 36 wickets in ODIs, and seven wickets in the shortest format of the sport.
He took 1 five-wicket haul in Tests and ODIs. Randiv additionally represented CSK in the IPL. He performed for the yellow military for two seasons the place he picked 6 wickets in 8 video games.
Other than driving the bus, the 36-year outdated continues to play on the district stage for Dandenong Cricket Club which has seen standard names like Pat Cummins, Peter Siddle and Sarah Elliot play for them in the previous.
Suraj Randiv was additionally known as up by Cricket Australia as a internet bowler to help the Australian batsmen towards spin earlier than the Border-Gavaskar collection 2020-21,