Former Delhi medium-pacer Amit Bhandari announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Monday. Bhandari played two ODIs, making his debut against Pakistan in 2004 and making a comeback against Zimbabwe two years later in Australia.
The 33-year-old, however, could have played more international cricket, a fact that he regrets. "I sat on the bench for 32 matches," Bhandari said.
He was also disappointed that none of the IPL franchises showed interest in him and now hopes to become a coach. He had a pretty successful domestic career, picking up 314 scalps from 95 first-class matches and 153 wickets in 105 List-A games.