The spirit of this player did not break even after losing his father and brother, he was making a splash in the IPL. Hindi News


Chetan Sakariya: Delhi Capitals’ left-arm pacer Chetan Sakariya feels that 2022 will be the year to take forward his career as a cricketer. In 2021, Sakariya lost his younger brother and his father died of Kovid-19.

Sakariya’s life was full of pain

On the cricket front, Sakariya had many things to cheer for, impressing everyone by taking 14 wickets for Rajasthan Royals in his first season of the IPL. At the same time, he performed well while in the Rajasthan team in IPL 2021. Seeing his performance, he was brought into the Indian team in July 2021, where he made his ODI and T20 debut for India against Sri Lanka. Now, in his second IPL season with Delhi, Sakariya is focused on furthering his career as a cricketer.

working on yorker

Despite sitting on the bench for most of the tournament, Sakariya has especially found time to work on his yorkers. He further said, ‘After coming to DC, I have worked very hard on one thing, that is the yorker. My yorker has become very strong now. Earlier, I used to throw 50 percent yockers in the match and if someone asked me to bowl six balls, I could bowl only three balls in that. But now I am able to bowl more yorkers than this. I have worked hard on this.

He further said, ‘This year when the pitches were being made, I was looking at which ball could prove beneficial on those pitches. So I focused on my yorkers.

Ponting is preparing

Sakariya said about the team’s head coach Ricky Ponting that he pays attention to every player in the camp. He further said, ‘The more time I spend with DC, the more I am getting influenced by him. When the team is in a difficult situation, he boosts the morale of all the players.



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