Team India’s fast bowler T Natarajan did not play a single international match before 2 December 2020 and by January 2021, he has made all three formats for the Indian team. Natarajan has shown that if hard work is done, nothing is impossible. Natarajuni, who bowled brilliantly for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), was included as a net bowler on the tour of Australia and changed his fortunes from here. Natarajan has praised Team India captain Virat Kohli fiercely.
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Varun Chakraborty, who was selected in the T20 International team, was injured and in his place Natarajan was included in the team. The Australian tour began with the One Day International series. Natarajan was selected as the backup to Navdeep Saini. Team India had lost the series after losing the first two matches, after which Natarajan was included in the team and India won the last match. After this, Natarajan played all three T20 series matches and took a total of six wickets.
Natarajan also said that he enjoyed playing under the captaincy of Virat Kohli and Ajinkya as he boosted morale and support. He said, ‘Being Virat Kohli and Ajinkya handled me well. He inspired me very positive things elsewhere. I enjoyed playing under the captaincy of both. “Natarajan said that he got emotional when Kohli gave him the trophy after winning the T20 series.) The 29-year-old player said,” When Kohli gave me the trophy after winning the T20 series, my eyes dabbed. happened.’
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On sharing the dressing room with international players, Natarajan said it was difficult initially, but later he was able to learn many things. The left-arm fast bowler said, “Playing in the IPL with many Indian and foreign players helped because that experience was useful.” I could talk with them and learn from them. It was difficult at first, but later it has been fixed. I was successful in learning many things. ‘