Mumbai: Rest of India batsman Ambati Rayudu, who cracked an unbeaten 118 against Mumbai, is happy with the way his batting is shaping up but said he needs to convert the fifties into hundreds.
"Rest of my career I need to convert those fifties I think. I have lot more fifties than hundreds. It is 27. The ratio should go up. Hopefully it will go up in the next half of my career," he told reporters here.
Rayudu notched up his 14th first-class century on Saturday, while playing his first Irani Cup match and he said, "I threw it away in the first innings, so I was just thinking to make sure to keep batting no matter how many runs I get."