Chetan Sakariya from Bhavnagar has been selected for the Sri Lanka tour. Sakaria is now a member of Team India.
Chetan Sakariya from Bhavnagar has been selected for the Sri Lanka tour. Sakaria is now a member of Team India. The year 2021 has been very painful for Chetan as a family, but it has been very cool for his career. For Sakaria, six months of 2021 have passed like ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’.
Losing a brother earlier in the year, his brother’s tragic news was hidden from his family for days. Because, he can focus on career. Knowing the news of his inclusion in the team, Chetan Sakaria was in pain remembering his father. According to media reports, Chetan Sakaria said in a conversation that if his father were alive today, he would have been seen in Team India’s jersey.
Bought Rajasthan in IPL
Chetan Syed Mushtaq Ali was playing in the trophy. Meanwhile, his family members hid the news of his brother’s suicide. However, he was very saddened by that. Chetan was bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 1.2 crore in the IPL auction. He and his family were not happy then. However, he was once again devastated by the loss of his father in Corona.
Directly involved in Team India from half IPL
Chetan Sakaria made his IPL debut in April 2021 last April. He has played only 7 IPL matches for Rajasthan Royals. During which he is 7 wickets faster. The best bowling performance in the IPL is to take three wickets for 31 runs. His bowling economy has been 8.22. While he got a chance to bat twice but remained at zero runs. However, Sakaria got a golden opportunity to join Team India with the Sri Lanka Tour.
I wish my father was alive!
Chetan Sakaria’s father died of corona shortly after the IPL tournament was postponed. Chetan’s father was admitted to a local hospital in Bhavnagar. “I wish my father were alive to see this day,” said Chetan, 23, where he died during treatment. He wanted me to watch games for India. I miss him so much today. The last one year of my life has been very ups and downs. This is an emotional time for me. This is for my late father and my mother, who wanted me to play cricket.