Chetan Sakariya’s hard work paid off, got a place in Team India (Chetan Sakariya Instagram)
Left-arm fast bowler Chetan Sakaria made his debut for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2021, on the basis of his excellent performance, he has now made a place in Team India.
New Delhi. Keep your spirits high and walk on the paths, you will get your destination. Something similar is the story of Chetan Sakaria. Who has got a place in Team India for Sri Lanka tour. This left-arm fast bowler made his debut for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2021 this year and after playing just 7 matches, he has made a place in Team India today. Chetan Sakaria took 7 wickets in 7 matches till IPL 2021 stopped and he bowled brilliantly on difficult occasions. This is the reason why the selectors of Team India have expressed confidence in his talent.
Chetan Sakariya’s place in Team India is also special because before this happiness, he has faced such miseries which mentally break even the best person. Actually Chetan Sakaria had lost his brother before IPL. His brother had committed suicide. Then recently his father passed away due to corona virus.
lost father and brother within 5 months
Chetan Sakariya’s brother committed suicide in January. The family members hid this thing from Chetan Sakaria because during that time he was playing Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. In an interview, Sakaria revealed that whenever he used to ask his family members to talk to his brother, the family members used to postpone by making some excuse. Only 5 months after his brother’s death, Sakaria lost his father too. This time Sakariya was playing in IPL 2021 and during this time his father got corona infected in Bhavnagar. When IPL 2021 was postponed, Sakaria first went to the hospital but his father died. There is no medicine to fill these wounds of Chetan Sakariya, but the joy of getting a place in Team India will definitely reduce the pain of this fast bowler.
Chetan Sakaria’s First Class Career
Let us tell you that Chetan Sakariya is considered a T20 specialist bowler. He has taken 35 wickets in 23 matches for Saurashtra. In List A, he has taken 10 wickets in 7 matches. In 15 first class matches, he has taken 41 wickets.