Chetan Sakaria made a tremendous performance in his debut IPL match against Punjab by taking three wickets. It was a difficult time for Chetan, whose younger brother committed suicide in January. At that time he was playing the Mushtaq Ali Trophy.
Chetan started playing for Saurashtra in 2018-19. There have been many struggles in his life from the beginning. When the work of his father Tempo stopped, it became difficult to meet the expenses of cricket training. He also had the responsibility of running his own house on his shoulders. In this case, the maternal uncle came forward for help so that he could focus on the game itself. Once he was also injured, he had to stay home for 1 year. In such a situation, the family members asked to leave cricket and do something else. Chetan shared stationery work with his maternal uncle for a few years.
He started in tennis ball cricket and before the age of 16, Chetan did not even train properly. Royal Challengers Bangalore had him as the net bowlers last year.
Chetan bowls at an average speed of 130 km. For information, let us know that Chetan has played 15 matches in the first-class so far. In March last year, Ranji Trophy winners Saurashtra were part of the team. His performance in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy was also excellent and he took 12 wickets in five matches during which his economy rate was 4.90. He took 18 wickets in six matches in the Cooch Behar Trophy six years ago.