Team India suffer from injury issues in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Test series between India and Australia. Many key players on the team have been left out of the series due to injury or they have not been able to be part of the team. In the absence of key players in the team, one bowler who has caught everyone’s attention is T Natarajan. His story on the tour of Australia from Net Baller to Test debut was nothing less than a film. The left-handed bowler also praised everyone. Many former cricketers, including Virender Sehwag, have praised Natarajan’s bowling.
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T. Natarajan made headlines for the first time in the IPL when Sunrisers made a horrific appearance for Hyderabad. His Yorker was praised. He was selected as a net bowler on the tour of Australia. But then T-20, ODIs and Test matches have caught everyone’s attention and they are known as the future of Indian bowling. Former India batsman Virender Sehwag expressed his delight and said, “Natarajan’s story is nothing short of a dream. Looks great for this young player.
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Natarajan’s story is one of dreams. The young man is happy. pic.twitter.com/OMr4KNaoPt
– Virender Sehwag (ir Virender Sehwag) January 15, 2021
Expressing happiness, Mohammad Kaif said, ‘Natarajan’s success in Test cricket is an inspiring story for cricketers who play tennis balls. Go ahead, brothers. Pragyaan Ojha also expressed happiness over Natarajan’s performance.
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The initial success of the Natarajan Test match promises to millions of tennis ball cricketers playing in Gallis, Maidan, Building Compound, Parks. Bowling with a soft ball strengthens your wrist and teaches you street smarts. Lage Raho Bhai Log. #INDvsAUS
– Mohammed Kaif (@ Mohammed Kaif) January 15, 2021
Natarajan did not disappoint the team’s performance in T20s and one-day internationals, and on the first day, gave them two important wickets for Team India in the form of Matthew Wade and Marnus LaBushen. Wade 45 and LaBushen scored 108. By the end of the first day of the match in Brisbane, Australia were 274 for five.