New Delhi. Team India is currently competing against Australia in the Border Gavaskar Trophy. These days some star players have emerged in the Indian team. Who saw many big ups and downs in his career. One of them is the name of the team’s star all-rounder Axar Patel. Who has made everyone crazy these days with his all-round performance. This is the same player who had decided to go away from cricket at one point of time.
Akshar Patel liked batting more since childhood. But seeing his good length, coach Sanjay Bhai Patel asked him to focus on fast bowling. But there came a time after which he decided to quit cricket. It was the year 2010 when he was selected in the Under-19 team from Gujarat. But a few days before that a bike accident happened with him. Due to which he got a deep injury in his leg. When he was flying, this accident broke him inside and Akshar decided to leave cricket.
Grandma’s last wish came to mind
When Akshar Patel was playing district level cricket, his grandmother passed away. But his last wish was that his grandson should come on TV. After the accident, Akshar remembered his wish and took a U-turn in cricket. However, due to the accident, he could not become a fast bowler but he worked hard on spin. After that this player did not look back and touched many big achievements.
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Played the best innings in Nagpur
Akshar Patel showed amazing batting in the first test against Australia. In that match, he teamed up with star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja to get the team out of a difficult situation. However, he could not do anything special with bowling. He played a brilliant inning of 84 runs. On February 17, both the teams will be face to face in the second test.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : February 16, 2023, 23:52 IST