T Natarajan, who's currently living the life of a fairytale, has grown amazingly in the last six months as a cricketer. His career has taken the route of an upward curve and is likely to go upwards. Read more - Maxwell doesn't need to play domestic cricket to make a comeback in Tests: Victoria coach Chris Rogers
Natarajan was a net bowler for India's tour of Australia but after Varun Chakravarthy got injured, he was drafted into the T20I side. He made his debut in the ODI series and took two wickets.
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Following this, he played his first T20I and impressed everyone with his deadly yorkers. He finished the T20I series as India's highest wicket-taker, taking 6 scalps in 3 matches. Due to the lack of bowling options in the Indian squad owing to player injuries, Natarajan also made his Test debut on the same tour.
"I'm very happy to be back with the SunRisers family," Natarajan told the official handle of the franchise.
"With many young players, our team looks good this year. Since I made most of my opportunity with SunRisers last season, I got a chance to play for India. When I was with India as a net bowler, a main bowler got injured. So I was picked by the national team senior squad. And IPL was a great platform for me. Performances in the last IPL gave me a lot of confidence and representing India was easier than before (without IPL)," he added.
"So, I have to thank SunRisers because they helped me perform in the IPL. Besides, going to Australia and performing well over there was exciting. Those six months was like a dream come true for me. I will never forget these moments in my life. Everything is because of the Orange Army and I would like to thank them," the newest sensation concluded.
Mohammed Azharuddin offers Hyderabad Cricket Association's facilities to BCCI for IPL 2021
Following a sudden rise in COVID-19 infections in the country, especially Maharashtra, which accounts for more than half of India's cases, the 14th edition of Indian Premier League is in a spot of bother. Moreover, few infections at the Wankhede Stadium and one in Chennai Super Kings' squad has put the BCCI and the IPL governing council in a fix. Read more - Charlie Chaplin? Ashwin writes a hilarious caption for ad-shoot
Still, a MCA official denied all the rumours of IPL's first leg getting shifted to Hyderabad from Mumbai, owing to the high risk to stage the tournament. Meanwhile, former Indian skipper Mohammed Azharuddin has offered all the facilities of Hyderabad Cricket Association to stage all the matches, which are about to happen in Mumbai.
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"In these difficult times there is all the more reasons for us to stand by each other. Hyderabad Cricket Association would like to offer its facilities to @BCCI to ensure that IPL2021 is conducted in safe and secure venues," Azharuddin tweeted on Sunday.