The IPL story was told by Unmukt Chand, who talked about how he found himself in the middle of the big-time Indian league.


Indian cricket’s greatest batsman, Unmukt Chand, has retired.

He talks about his time in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

He has committed to play for the Silicon Valley Strikers in the United States.

Major League Cricket (MLC) has reached a pact with Unmukt Chand, the current player for India, who now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, to help promote cricket in the United States.

Mukt Chand, who captained the team that won the Under-19 World Cup in 2012, stated that participating in the IPL was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, but he was not quite lucky during his time in the lucrative tournament. The right-handed batter has signed for the Silicon Valley Strikers for the 2021 season of Minor League Cricket (MLC). Unmukt, who departed from the Indian team after 28 years at the age of 28, had made almost 4,500 List A runs by the time he was in his 30s.

“While playing the IPL was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for me, I did not have much success in it. I also had the same dream: to play for India one day. I have achieved some of those dreams throughout my stint with India’s national teams at U-19 and A levels. For the past two months, I’ve been away from home, but everything feels very familiar. I’m interacting with new people “Unmukt is cited as saying by ESPNcricinfo.

“In addition to all the people of Indian descent in the cricket system, cricket is garnering a lot of attention. the hue of blue I had initially envisioned is not what I’ve gotten “Finally, he added.

While trying to move to the United States, Unmukt noted, “This has been the most difficult decade I’ve faced in recent years. But, to be honest, I didn’t want to fully give up on cricket. If I wasn’t getting the number of opportunities I needed to play in India, where was my career heading over the following four or five key years? To this day, I am saddened thinking that I will never get to play for the country of my ancestors again. But, while playing in India, I’ve made some particularly good recollections.”

The debut of Unmukt is set for this Saturday when the Strikers face the Lashings in the Minor League Cricket Championship at Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Complex in Morgan Hill, California.

As a result of signing a multi-year arrangement with Major League Cricket, the 28-year-old cricketer has relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area and will be working with and coaching American players as part of his work with the game.

Previous articleChief Tom Harrison, the chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board, said, “I am very confident that the Ashes tour will happen as planned.”
Next articleIPL 2021: Shreyas Iyer makes his way to Dubai, where he plans to train completely by himself before the Delhi Capitals arrive.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here