After announcing retirement, Ashish Nehra confirmed that the match at Ferozeshah Kotla in Delhi on November 1 will be his last, and that he will not play in the IPL.
“People say that I can play still play in IPL, but I always trained to play for India. If I am leaving, I will leave completely,” he told the media in Hyderabad, according to a Cricketnext report.
"What we have heard is that Nehra has spoken to the captain and coach and informed them about his decision to retire after the T20 match in Delhi. Nehra has requested for one last match at his home ground and wants to go out on a high," a senior BCCI official told Cricketnext according to the report.
Nehra was chosen for the Australia T20s, but did not feature in the first two matches. Nehra made his debut back in 1999 under Mohammed Azharuddin. He played 17 Tests, 120 ODIs and 26 T20 Internationals claiming 44, 157 and 34 wickets respectively.
--By A Cricket Correspondent